Growing the Visionmonger 2: An eBook by Corwin Hiebert

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Growing the Visionmonger ebook cover

Corwin, the author of the latest Craft & Vision ebook, will be familiar to some of you as David duChemin’s manager. If you earn a living, or part-time income, as a photographer, or have any desire to do so, then Corwin’s books are essential reading.

Many creatives struggle with the business side of things, especially if they are used to being employees rather than business owners. Growing the Visionmonger 2 helps address that by giving you practical advice to help your growing business.

It contains 20 ideas to help you find clients, get organised, learn new business skills and ultimately earn more money. Each idea has a ‘Take Action’ step – an exercise designed to push you to go out and take the steps required to develop your business.

One of the key ideas for me in the book is the importance of a Business Action Plan – a list of the most important things to do this week, this month and this year in order to move your business forward. This is something I haven’t thought about much in the past, and is something I am going to put into action.

There are also 12 Q&A’s. That’s where Corwin has interviewed a professional photographer to find out what makes their business tick – and what they would do differently if they were starting out again.

Special Offer

For the first five days only, use the promotional code MONGER4 when you buy Growing the Visionmonger 2 and pay only $US4. Or use the code MONGER20 to get 20% off when you buy five or more Craft & Vision ebooks. These codes expire at 11:59pm (PST) January 18, 2013.

Get the bundle

If you’d like both of Corwin’s books then save some cash and buy both Growing the Visionmonger titles for $US8.

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