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Today's creative share comes from Shannon of Shannon Confair Photography.  She says, "I used several design elements from the Secret Crush templates to create a 2011 business binder for myself (printed through Zazzle.com). One of the areas I lack in: organization! I'm so excited to put this binder to use to organize my client files, expenses, contracts, and open orders. I ordered the 2" binder so there is plenty of room for everything to fit in. I'll take this binder with me to all consultations, and not only will it give me a more professional look than file folders, but it will be free advertising for others to see!" Thanks for the great share, Shannon.  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~ Need more ways to stay organized?  Check out our Essential Studio Workflow Assistant. Time is money, and nowhere is this truism more readily observed than in your photography studio. So, how do you shrink your time and grow your business without taking expensive administrative courses? Design Aglow combines workflow with wow to create the Essential Studio Workflow Assistant, an all-in-one tool to aid you from the moment a client moves into your life until you've exceeded expectations with a positive, custom photography experience. All the elements you need to succeed are included: our beautiful 24X30 studio whiteboard template for your office, workflow sheet, comprehensive guide, sample client letters to send at various steps of the process, how to handle fees, session sneak peeks, web gallery information, files and fulfilled orders””and more””all from beginning to end. Never again lament that you weren't born organized. Order now and combine your winning personality with our know how to maximize your moments”¦ and your cash flow.


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