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OTM #2.4 LDO Nick Church of Sailors and Sticks

Only On The Midwatch

Nick has been a great friend that our team met at the beginning of the TESTDEPTH journey. To say that his is driven is an under statement but it is our privilege to bring onto the show a seasoned veteran who has been through the enlisted ranks and now the commissioned; to share with you his story and what he has got going on with CWO Brian Browne. We hope you enjoy. As always don't forget to leave a review and submit feedback to us via instagram or our website.  Thanks for listening. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onlyonthemidwatch/support

1hr 6mins

25 Jan 2021

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331: Nick Church – How to quickly replace your day job income with photography

PhotoBizX The Ultimate Portrait and Wedding Photography Business Podcast

Premium Members, click here to access this interview in the premium area.Nick Church of www.nickchurchphotography.co.uk gave up his job as MD/CTO of a software company to become a photographer. From his first wedding in 2016 after picking up a camera in 2014, it took just two years to create a successful business that could match his corporate salary. Important when you have a mortgage and four kids!After a good look at his website and social media, you'll see his work is excellent, his website is well laid out with full pricing available to view, and everything looks in order as it would be for most pro photographers.What isn't obvious is how he grew his business so fast.In this interview, Nick shares precisely how he managed to replace his corporate income via his photography business so fast and how he was able to (and still does) generate the leads and bookings he needs to sustain his income. Plus, his complete pricing and sales strategy.Here’s some more of what we cover in the interview: Discussing Nick's previous job and transitioning to his photography business What stage Nick went full-time with his photography business Averaging £70k for total bookings before quitting his day job How to gauge the right time to go full time with your photography business The importance of forecasting sales when shifting a career in the photography industry How Nick successfully built his photography business so quickly How Nick built his portfolio while starting out Advice for new photographers still building their portfolio Using Facebook Ads to get bookings Challenges Nick faced when photographing his first weddings Different lead sources working for Nick right now Instagram as an important source of organic leads Offering 10% discounts is enough when running Facebook Ad campaigns What clients talk about when they phone in to inquire about Nick's FB ads The need to share high-value posts on Instagram How Nick utilises hashtags on Instagram Nick's strategy in curating photos for Instagram Instagram is more tolerant of cold calling type of messages The importance of following back on Instagram Photography Pricing How Nick up-sells packages coming via Facebook ads Why almost no one books the cheapest packages How to sell the right way Focusing on how to increase value and income without too much effort VAT for photographers in the UK What Nick would do differently if he were to start all over again What’s on Offer for Premium MembersIf you’re a premium member, you should have received an email with links to your version of this interview – the full length and more revealing version where you hear the absolute best tips and advice from every guest.If you’re on the fence about becoming a premium member, join with the $1 trial today and get access to the FULL interviews each week, get access to an amazing back catalogue of interviews and ALL future interviews delivered automatically to your phone or tablet.You don't want to rely on just one stream of inquiries coming in. – Nick ChurchPlus special member-only interviews.You'll also receive access to the members-only Secret Facebook Group where you can connect with other Premium Members and interview guests to help, support and motivate you to take ideas you hear in each episode and put them into action. There are also FB live video tutorials, role-play interviews and special live interviews happening in the group. You will not find more friendly, more motivated, caring and sharing photographers online.Joining a Mastermind Group (encouraged by Andrew) has been incredibly valuable and fun, I look forward to connecting with my group members every week. Jina Zheng, Premium Member and Melbourne Children photographer.Seriously, that's not all.In addition to everything above, you'll get access to and instructions on forming or joining a MasterMind Group with other premium members. These groups are super motivating, make you accountable and build friendships with other pro photographers with similar motives to you – to build a more successful photography business.What is your big takeaway?Following this interview, I’d love to know if you're taking anything away from what Nick shared. Is there something you heard that excited or motivated you to the point where you thought, yeah, I'm going to do that! If so, let me know by leaving your thoughts in the comments below, let me know what your takeaways were, what you plan to implement in your business as a result of what you heard in today's episode.Instagram, as a platform, seems much more tolerant of just cold calling types of messages. – Nick ChurchIf you have any questions that I missed, a specific question you’d like to ask Nick or if you just want to say thanks for coming on the show, feel free to add them in the comments area below.iTunes Reviews and Shout-outsEach week I check for any new iTunes reviews and it's always a buzz to receive these… for a couple of reasons.Firstly, it's confirmation that I'm on the right track with the interviews and that they really are helping you improve your photography business. That's awesome!Secondly, iTunes is the biggest search engine when it comes to podcasts and it's your reviews and ratings that help other photographers find PhotoBizX. More listeners mean more interviews and ultimately a better show.If you have left a review in the past, thank you! If you haven't and you'd like to, head to https://photobizx.com/itunes and you can leave some honest feedback and a rating which will help both me and the show and I'll be sure to thank you on the show and add a link to your website or blog if you let me know the URL of your website and your name.Alternatively, if you've left a review for PhotoBizX and are looking for more backlinks to help your SEO, leave a review for the new Photography Xperiment Podcast and email me your keywords or keyword phrase and where you'd like me to link to.Another great way to get a backlink to your site is to send a video testimonial. It doesn't need to be fancy and your phone will be perfect. Click record and tell me how PhotoBizX has made a difference to you and your photography business.Links to people, places and things mentioned in this episode:Nick Church PhotographyNick Church Photography on InstagramNick Church Photography on FacebookNick Church Photography Collective Facebook GroupEvergreen Facebook Ad Funnels for photographers courseThank you!Thanks again for listening and thanks to Nick for coming on and sharing his thoughts and ideas on how to build a successful wedding photography business fast to replace his day job income and allow him to do what he's always wanted… photography.Most people don't even ask about my cheaper package. – Nick ChurchIf you have any suggestions, comments or questions about this episode, please be sure to leave them below in the comment section of this post, and if you liked the episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post!That’s it for me this week, hope everything is going well for you in life and business!Thanks and speak soon Andrew.fusion-button.button-9 {border-radius:2px;}CLICK HERE to Download – “How To Book More PORTRAITS Than You Ever Thought Possible”The post 331: Nick Church – How to quickly replace your day job income with photography appeared first on Photography Business Xposed - Photography Podcast - how to build and market your portrait and wedding photography business.

41mins

21 Oct 2019

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SFPP 102: How Nick Church Quit His Day Job To Become A Full Time Photographer

The Six Figure Photography Podcast With Ben Hartley

12 months ago Nick Church was working a day job. Now he’s a full time photographer. No small feat when you take into account that he has 4 kids and an expensive mortgage to pay for. How did he do it so fast? In order to ramp up his business quickly, Nick used a series of business strategies and techniques that he learned at his software development day job and applied them directly to his photography business. In today’s episode, Nick joins me to discuss what those strategies were that allowed him to scale to quickly + give some practical tips on how you can do the same. Resources Mentioned Light Blue Software – Use code NickChurch25 to get 25% off. This Light Blue Software coupon lasts until May 1, 2019. Sponsors Freshbooks – Small business accounting software that makes billing easy + painless. Gusto – Fully integrated online HR services: payroll, benefits and everything else. The post SFPP 102: How Nick Church Quit His Day Job To Become A Full Time Photographer appeared first on Six Figure Photography.

46mins

27 Feb 2019

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BPP 136: Nick Church - Beginner to Pro in 24 Months

The Beginner Photography Podcast

Todays guest is Nick Church. A UK based Bristol wedding photographer who until 2014 had never picked up a camera. 24 months later he had left his full time job as photography had replaced his income. Today I'm excited to talk about how Nick did it so quick! In This Episode You'll Learn: When was the first time Nick picked up a camera How Nick booked his wedding How Nick handled shooting 40 weddings a year with his full time job The hardest part of photography for Nick to learn A common misconception people think about going full time What Nick would do differently if he had to do it all over again Bad info Nick hears being taught to new photographers An embarrassing moment Nick had at a wedding Premium Members Also Learn: How to know when do go full time Why most photographers struggle to get bookings Nick’s Facebook ad strategy that you can implement right away Some tools Nick uses in his photography business to keep him organized Resources: Nick Church’s Website Nick Church’s Facebook Nick Churches Instagram

50mins

18 Feb 2019

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#202: 3 Steps to Going Full-Time - Nick Church

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast

Are you ready to take your side hustle to a full-time job, but aren't sure what steps you need to take to get started?In episode 202 of the Bokeh Podcast, Nick Church shares the most important steps to prepare for a successful transition to full-time photography. Listen in as he shares the importance of planning, and how those plans can impact your business long-term.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Technique for Time: Prioritize your task based on what will move your business forward.Book Recommendations:Productivity Ninja: bit.ly/bp-productivityninjaThe Lesson: When you turn photography into a business, the photography aspect of it falls down low on your list of things to do.The Best Investment for Nick’s Business: Facebook Ads3 Steps to Going Full-Time:1. Make sure you'll enjoy photography full-time and that running a business is what you want!2. Develop an exit strategy!3. Develop a financial plan that includes your projected income.Links:nickchurchphotography.co.ukinstagram.com/nickchurchphotographyTodoist.comclubhouse.ioGetting Things Done by David Allen: bit.ly/bp-gettingthingsdoneomnigroup.comgaryvaynerchuk.comlightbluesoftware.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 7mins

17 Dec 2018

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#202: 3 Steps to Going Full-Time - Nick Church

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast

Are you ready to take your side hustle to a full-time job, but aren't sure what steps you need to take to get started?In episode 202 of the Bokeh Podcast, Nick Church shares the most important steps to prepare for a successful transition to full-time photography. Listen in as he shares the importance of planning, and how those plans can impact your business long-term.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Wedding and Portrait Photographer. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Technique for Time: Prioritize your task based on what will move your business forward.Book Recommendations:Productivity Ninja: bit.ly/bp-productivityninjaThe Lesson: When you turn photography into a business, the photography aspect of it falls down low on your list of things to do.The Best Investment for Nick’s Business: Facebook Ads3 Steps to Going Full-Time:1. Make sure you'll enjoy photography full-time and that running a business is what you want!2. Develop an exit strategy!3. Develop a financial plan that includes your projected income.Links:nickchurchphotography.co.ukinstagram.com/nickchurchphotographyTodoist.comclubhouse.ioGetting Things Done by David Allen: bit.ly/bp-gettingthingsdoneomnigroup.comgaryvaynerchuk.comlightbluesoftware.com

1hr 7mins

17 Dec 2018

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343: Nick Church – How to Constantly Grow your Photography Business Every Week

Business of Photography Podcast

Episode #343 of the podcast features an interview with Nick Church. Discussion topics include: How to grow your photography business every week.

28mins

26 Apr 2018