David Ryan Taylor a amazing at photography. But he’s struggled with striving for perfection, being a mediocre businessman and often being terrible self-critic.
An internationally award-winning photographer, the challenges of building an actual business have been a strain on his creativity. Like many of us, he’s never fully given himself permission to commit one way or the other – build a sustainable photography business or treat his passion for what it is, a glorified hobby. It seems too scary to walk away from the safety and comforts of his plan-B, day job. Yet, maybe he doesn’t have to.
Today, we talk about facing our limiting beliefs, being our own worst critic, and the steps necessary to being your most effective self.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- Being a continuous learner
- Why is it important to have an understanding of the essential business principles and strategies on starting your business
- Limiting beliefs that are keeping you from your best self
- Conquering the self-doubt
- How to motivate yourself and teach yourself to succeed
- You’re artitry is one in seven billion
- Why self awareness is important for people who lead
- Why our thoughts are what defines us
- There’s always enough pie to go around
- Why we stay in the same cycles over and over again?
- Why it pays to get happy for other people’s success
- Perfection is the enemy of good-enoug
- Finding the real you is where you get satisfaction of fulfillment
- When humility helps us to finally see the world is bigger than you
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
David Ryan Taylor’s Website: http://www.davidryantaylor.com/
Podcast #25 with Shawn Matthews: What if today is the day you change your life? #025
Book Mentioned: Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear
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