Fighting like an underdog
I just unsubscribed from another email this morning, and do you know why? Because I don’t in fact “NEED THIS NOW!”.
The most intriguing thing to me during this season is this: What if I am the one I need?
I have spent so much time and money, years of it actually, trying to find the right person to “fix” me or make me “better”. The most amazing thing I’ve realized during this pandemic is I am really the best person to help myself, I just need to make the time to listen.
I have had coaches, teachers, guides, doctors, mentors, therapists, books, and they have all helped get me closer.
The truth about when you listen is your voice gets stronger.
Your intuition gets louder.
Your path becomes authentic.
I think of intuition as the underdog. The little guy inside with a big voice who just needs a megaphone and a spotlight. This voice often gets drowned out by the much BIGGER voices from marketing agencies who target our weak spots, campaigns and funnels who poke at our tender spots, addictive strategies from social media to keep us on longer and longer.
So I wanted to let you know I don’t have a funnel, some kind of strategic guide aimed at getting you into a system designed to make you feel like you aren’t good enough the way you are and offering you repeated offers until you can’t resist.
I don’t have a tripwire, which is a cheap quick purchase created with the goal to get you to “buy from me now!” before this amazing deal expires.
I spent the first year of my photography business buying a LOT of stuff I didn’t need because I thought it would make me a better photographer. What I realized is being a great photographer has less to do with my camera, and a lot more to do with the way I connect with people.
So I am building this business as an underdog, one story at a time, focusing on quality over quantity. You can expect to be nurtured from the beginning, and I’ll be rooting you on from the sidelines as your journey continues.
What happens when we give the mic to your underdog, what’s the story you will tell?