In this conversation, Kate is setting up her business and feeling completely overwhelmed with all the things that need to happen! Where should she focus?!? What comes first?!?! We break it down!
Hair of the dog Podcast
Weekly conversations to help pet photographers excel
Welcome to the hair of the dog podcast
Are you ready to grow your business so that you can finally live the life of YOUR design? At the Hair of the Dog Podcast, we help pet photographers make more money.
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Below you’ll find all of our podcasts, starting with the most recently launched.
This week, Houston pet photograper Megan Murray joins me to talk about taking risks, reaping rewards, and ignoring the advice so often given by friends and loved ones alike.
This week, Sally Soricelli of Nestorations Interior Design joins me to help build your confidence around creating and choosing the perfect artwork for your clients’ homes.
Photographer Michael Puck feels deeply indebted to the dog who saved his life. And his ambitious pay-it-forward plans, combined with decades of experience as a “people scientist,” have led to a dramatically different—but wildly successful—pet photography business model. What’s more, he’s inviting you, dear listener, to try it out for yourself.
This week, Alex Vita of Foreground Web joins me to talk about the common website and SEO mistakes photographers make, and how YOU can avoid them.
This week, it’s another free therapy session podcast episode with the ever-popular Heather Lahtinen. In this episode, we talk about the fear of selling your work and how to overcome it.
This week I cover the seven most common obstacles and objections you’ll face when selling your work.
In this week’s episode I’m flying solo, taking you through the various steps of a successful sales process.
Travis Patenaude’s “why” is as clear and powerful as that of any pet photographer I’ve met. This week, Travis shares not only what motivates his pet photography work, but also how he went from absolute beginner to masterful artist.
Grief-recovery specialist Wendy Sloneker is my guest on this week’s episode. Drawing on her 40 years of experience in the field, Wendy offers sage advice on showing up for your clients during their most difficult hours.
This week, Heather and I dish about the pitfalls of pet photography education, how to avoid getting stuck in the student trap, and what to do with all those amazing notes you’ve taken.