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Dec 15, 2018

During this 19th episode of the Self Care Passport podcast, Janae Fletcher, self-care architect, quiet leader, personal and professional mentor, creator of the Self Care Passport process, and host interviews Stacy Pierce, lifestyle personal and business branding photographer based in Orlando, Florida. Stacy and Janae talk about what it takes to get out of a job that is not fulfilling and have the guts to start over as a beginner. For Stacy, the realization came with several health scares that ultimately put her on her path of a fulfilling career. She tells the story of your brand and business through images that STAND OUT without saying a word!  

Show Notes:

  • Introduction of guest Stacy Pierce, Badass Lifestyle Personal + Business Branding Photographer.
  • Stacy´s journey from food seller to renowned photographer was not a easy switch
  • To get where I am today, I had to have a trade-off between money and time
  • When Stacy had a seizure, she woke up to how her life was going and the choices she was making, questioning what she was doing at sacrifice of her health.
  • Photography is very different from what it was about ten years ago.
  • Stacy wanted to get to know her clients so she could cater the photoshoot for them. She shoots people from where they are now to where they want to go.

3 Key Points:

  1. Knowing the things that don't fulfill you are important. For Stacy, it took a life-changing health scare to give her space to realize she wasn't doing what she loved.
  2. Stacy switches from a corporate job to owning her own photography business in pursuit of a life that fulfills her.
  3. It takes stepping away from what doesn't fulfill you to be able to have time to invest in what does.

Tweetable Quotes:

-       “I tell clients if you aren't willing to get uncomfortable, I can't shoot you. Because that is what this is, being uncomfortable with letting people see you, not that perfectly posed stuffy headshot with your hands on the hips. But making you laugh and giving you the freedom to get comfortable being uncomfortable.¨ –Stacy.

-       “Head up, phones down. hearts open.” –Stacy.

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