Ah! I’m so excited to be talking with Sarah Deragon for this week’s episode of Raise Your Hand Say Yes. Sarah is one of my favorite creative business ladies and I can’t believe it took me this long to have her on the show! Not only has Sarah built Portraits to the People, her Identity Project has changed the lives of people all over the world! Pssst…Northern California peeps, Sarah recently moved up to wine country in case you need a North Bay photographer!
This week, we talk all about Sarah’s journey in her creative business which she started in 2012 and the different side projects she’s pursued during the building of Portraits to the People. We also talk about the truth behind the stories social media tells and the power of shifting your focus so that you stay connected to the work you’re doing. We also talk about creative slumps and the cycles that creative businesses go through.
If you ever find yourself struggling with how to evolve your creative work or define yourself or just stay focused on your own work instead of everyone else’s, this message is for you!
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Sarah, thank you so much! For everything!
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