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Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography

Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography

There’s what we intend to do (goal) and the effort needed to realize the goal (process).

When we fixate on the goal we don’t pay attention to process.

It’s one thing to say we want results. it’s another to make effort to get those results.

The process is more important than the goal.

Don’t lose sight of goal. Keep goal in mind as a reminder of what to do in terms of immediate effort (process) needed to realize the goal.

This applies to our day to day activities.

This applies to our future plans.

This applies to our photography studies and practice.

Goal only made possible thorough immediate skillful and appropriate effort (process).

Study And Practice Photography With Sam

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