Let The Big Picture Planner Help You Accomplish Your Goals

Let The Big Picture Planner Help You Accomplish Your Goals

Today Katie of Katie Lamb Photography and the Develop Retreat shares her success with the Big Picture Planner:

"The Big Picture Planner has been one of our favorite tools to promote at our biannual photographer workshops - The Develop Retreat, and one of my favorite tools to use in the office for my photography business! It has been such a huge help in both office and workflow organization. It has given us structure in the delegation of monthly and weekly tasks, while also providing a place to keep track of business records, any new ideas for marketing or inspiration, clients and vendors - and so much more! It is a powerful tool, which helps every photographer focus their attention on the core elements that make a business successful - with client management being at the heart of it all.

It has transformed the way that I do business, creating a streamlined process that is both organized and efficient! Plus, it is super easy to customize for your own business needs. It took me half an hour to edit the files to match my brand, and send it to the local print shop for assembly! Compared to other planners on the market, this is the most well-rounded planning tool I have used to date!"

Thanks for sharing, Katie! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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