24 - Overcoming Impostor Syndrome as a Fitness Professional with James Patrick
The Find Your STRONG Podcast
In this show Coach Jenny speaks in candid detail with best selling author and entrepreneur coach James Patrick about how to identify, approach and get past Impostor Syndrome, most specifically as it pertains to building a business or a brand in the fitness realm. We get insight into how to connect building a brand with growing a business, and how to navigate that growth from outset to action. Feel the fear and do it anyways while building a brand that’s worth being noticed! We dive into confidence, brand messaging, and how to generate product awareness and audiences through various forums and formats. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRLResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVBFollow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
075: Tips for better photos and productivity hacks with James Patrick
The Fitnessista Podcast: Healthy In Real Life
Hi friends! I hope you’re having an awesome week so far! I have an all-new podcast episode live this morning with a good friend of mine, James Patrick. I first met James back when Liv was a baby and he completely helped me transform the look of my blog with awesome photos and new headshots. Since then, he’s helped with a lot of projects, from Soli Beat, to blog revamp photos, post baby bod pics and PBB advanced, and we’ve stayed in touch over the years. He’s obviously an incredibly talented photographer (500+ magazine covers NBD) and is an incredibly successful entrepreneur. It’s been exciting to watch his business grow over the years! In addition to photography, he’s also the founder of FITposium, a podcast host, public speaker, and bestselling author. Today on the podcast, we’re chatting about: - Morning routines and his favorite productivity hacks - FITposium - Tips for taking better photos and so much more! Here’s a bit more about James: James Patrick is an award winning photographer, best selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host and public speaker based in Phoenix, AZ. He is the founder of FITposium, an annual conference guiding fitness entrepreneurs to grow their careers. James has received a bevy of awards for his work as a photographer, marketer and entrepreneur. Leveraging his diverse experience, James has presented on stages coast-to-coast in the United States and has been interviewed for numerous TV, radio, magazine, newspaper and podcast features. James Patrick’s mission is tocreate art and opportunity for others. You can connect with James on Instagram, on his website, his podcast (I was on a recent episode!), check out his book, and read details about FITposium here. Resources from this episode: Get 15% off Organifi with the code FITNESSISTA. The green juice and gold powder are my favorites! I also recently tried and loved their protein powder and have been adding the delicious red juice into my rotation. I love love love the meals from Sakara Life. Use this link and the code XOGINAH for 20% off their meal delivery and clean boutique items. I recommend the beauty chocolates and the dark chocolate granola. CBD has changed my life. It helps so much with my anxiety and sense of calmness. You can read more about my experience with CBD here and use the code FITNESSISTA here to get an extra 15% off your first order. (I love the flavored drops!) Thank you so much for listening and for all of your support with the podcast! Please leave a rating or review if you enjoyed this episode. If you leave a rating, head to this page and you’ll get a little “thank you” gift from me to you. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.
58. How to Make it as a Creative in the Modern World with Artist James Patrick
MASTER LINK: https://lu.ma/byrondempseyWelcome back to the Driven Young Podcast and today we are talking all things creative and how to make it in a creative field. Going into a creative field often has a very unclear pathway especially if you are trying to build your personal brand and reputation as an artist, designer, filmmaker etc. That is why today I am joined by James Patrick. James is a fulltime artist and has been for the past 7 years. Spending all of his time tiny detailed artworks at home or massive murals in the city, James has been able to successfully monetise his creativity and build a significant following online of over 30,000 people. In today's episode we talk about Is art school worth it?How do you make it as creative today?How much is your creativity worthWhy people will hate no matter how good you areHow to monetise your creativityThe importance of marketing yourselfShould we be a creative first or a marketer first And so much more....Follow James:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artistjames/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jamespatrickart Follow Byron:Byron's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byron__dempsey/ D.Y Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drivenyoungpodcast/Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/J8a8hS3/JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/drivenyoung)
EP 12: Getting your work published can be one of the great mysteries for any photographer. In this episode, we talk to James Patrick, whose work has been published on over 500 magazine covers in his career on how to build awareness and generate leads with clients we want to work with.JAMES PATRICKWebsite:https://www.jamespatrick.com/Instagram: @jpatrickphotoPodcast: Beyond The Image with James PatrickArtrepreneurs:@artrepreneurspodHave a question that you want addressed on the show? Get featured on the podcast by going to speakpipe.com/artrepreneurs and record your question! Cradoc Foto Software Stock and assignment photography pricing, image keywording, and photo business management software.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/artrepreneurs)
BPP 241: James Patrick: Photographing 500 Magazine Covers
The Beginner Photography Podcast
James Patrick is a Phoenix AZ-based commercial and fitness photographer. He has shot more than 500 magazine covers and today we break down what makes a cover photo unique and how to capture the concept. Episode Timeline: James narrates how he began his photography career. What was the main source of your photography education? How do you handle the concern that someone may take your photography style and compete with you after teaching them? What is the job description of a Fitness Photographer and how did you get into it? From a technical standpoint, what are you looking out for, that's going to make a photo stand out above the rest to be a cover shot? How do you come up with ideas for the photos that you need to capture? Starting out, was there a point where you had to just make do with your equipment because you didn't have the things you have today? Key Takeaways: Starting as a journalist, James had some misapprehension about photography as it did not seem very sustainable as a career choice, he was however open to different options while trying to figure out his passion. James describes how he learned by testing constantly and working as an assistant photographer, even though he already had his own jobs. Key principles gained as an assistant included photography techniques, project bidding, client communication, the general business process, and most especially how to work with subjects onset. There are two extremes of types of photographers, the overly technical ones who focus on measurements and precision when shooting, and the ones who rather feel their way creatively through their imagery. The latter appealed to him more, shifting his focus from taking great pictures which can easily be learned and done, to making images that work, and this became his brand Ask for help, the more you ask, eventually, people will start to give you help. A popular misconception James shared earlier on was that he had to be involved in many niches in photography to have enough jobs, ironically during the recession, he started to lose jobs because many clients would rather hire a niche specialist than a Jack of all trades. This nearly made him give up. Following the decision to be intentional about photography, questions that started to arise include: what work do I need to create? Who do I need to be working with? What images do I need to be in my portfolio? Who do I need to be working for? James describes the importance of overcoming his fears so he could call companies to find people that would be interested in his work. Addressing a common mindset that you need to recreate your portfolio before contacting companies about your photography, it is critical to understand that there is no perfect portfolio. You get better only when you show your work to someone and get feedback, without which you're just in your head and consumer behavior determines everything. Shooting a cover is a construct. What I do with a cover is a commercially viable image. This is an image that is going to help sell the magazine, more often than not it is focusing on all the distracting things that you're removing from the photo, to create a post that's going to jump off the page without being too distracting from the message. We get through the stuff that doesn't work so we can get the one thing that does work. It is important to get a sense of what the client is looking for in the kick-off meeting. Most times the gear doesn’t matter, when I look at upgrading gear, it's more so what can I do that I couldn't do before? In other cases, it may be client-focused, trying to meet a certain demand of the client that your current gear cannot meet. Resources: Jame’s Website Find James on Instagram Join The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook Group!
CLONE YOURSELF (Scale Your Business With Virtual Assistants)
James Patrick is an award winning photographer, best selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host and public speaker based in Phoenix, AZ.In my opinion, James is an absolute rockstar!In this episode we’re going to focus on how to manage a virtual team! Whether your team is made up of employees and you’re now working remotely, or you work with freelancers and Virtual Assistants, James is the guy to give you the best advice!To hear the full podcast, head on over to Spotify, iTunes or any other pod player to listen to the full podcast.LINKS & RESOURCESThinking of Starting Your Own Podcast? I've used Buzzsprout to produce nearly 10 podcasts and absolutely love it! Buzzsprout is the easier backend platform to get your podcast onto all the major apps... iTunes, Spotify, Sittcher etc... Try it out for FREE using this link: https://bit.ly/3djNaGp James' Website | https://www.jamespatrick.com/podcast/ Connect w/ James on IG | https://www.instagram.com/jpatrickphoto/Sam's Mastermind | https://www.cloneyourselfuniversity.com/mastermindPermission to Podcast: Simply Show Up & Record | https://bit.ly/30vvUeL Learn How to Build a Course | https://buff.ly/3dZQSWBGet Clarity | https://buff.ly/2xpy2IT Click here to get my free guide on “How to Get Clarity & Build Your Business Road Map in Under 2 Hours”ROI Calculator | https://buff.ly/2LHx1za Use this quick tool to see how much you will save by hiring a virtual assistantFREE Guide | https://buff.ly/3eb78Er In this guide, I offer a few suggestions on easy tasks to outsource and a canned template to instruct your VA how to do the taskFREE Worksheets | http://cloneyourselfu.com/roi These will help you to uncover objective tasks to outsource to VA’sFREE Job Description & KPI Templates | http://cloneyourselfu.com/job Uncover Tasks to Delegate to VA’s! | http://cloneyourselfu.com/job Facebook Group | https://buff.ly/2xoPJbv Join the group to tune in on Facebook live broadcasts and moreFreeup | https://buff.ly/2YotRYY Go here if you need to hire reliable VA’s. (you’ll also get a $25 coupon PS. It’s free to sign up!)ASK me ANYTHING: Email is Sam@CloneYourselfU.com and you can book a FREE Strategy call with me by going to Calendly.com/CLONE.THANK YOU!Sam
Redefining What It Means To Be An Imposter with James Patrick
Figuring it Out with Kelsey Eyers
In this episode I talk with award winning photographer, best-selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host, and public speaker, James Patrick, about developing passion vs. following passion, being ok if things don’t work, redefining the meaning of imposter syndrome, standing out by creating your own narrative, and building vertical rather than horizontal.