Best Of – Secrets of Success with Kaylee Greer

This week's episode features a mile-a-minute conversation with my dear friend, the inimitable Kaylee Greer. You'll hear all about her journey from self-described lost soul to (my words here!) pet photography's ultimate rock star.
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Podcast Episode Number: #120

Date Published: 12/21/2021

Episode Length: 1:09:17

Show Notes:

120 – You've seen her as the ‘Pupparazzi' on Nat Geo WILD. You've drooled over her signature, sapphire-sky pet portraits. Your coffee table might even be adorned with her brand-new book, Dogtography.

And now it's time to buckle up, because this week's episode features a mile-a-minute conversation with my dear friend, the inimitable Kaylee Greer. You'll hear all about her journey from self-described lost soul to (my words here!) pet photography's ultimate rock star.

What To Listen For:

  • How she found her passion at the ripe “old” age of 24
  • The fortuitous timing of Kaylee's storytelling debut
  • What the devil on her shoulder constantly whispers in her ear
  • Why Kaylee tries to limit her media inputs
  • The designer jeans you'll never catch her wearing (and why they matter)

Give yourself the gift of an undistracted listen, because Kaylee drops pearls of wisdom at a rapid-fire rate—and you won't want to miss a single one!

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Resources from this episode:

Dogtography

Dog Breath Photography

Dog Breath Photography on Instagram

Outliers, by Malcom Gladwell

Barka workshop series

Hair of the Dog Academy

Hair of the Dog Elevate coaching program

Hair of the Dog Facebook group

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