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Stacey Hudak. Transamerica Financial Advisor. Toledo, Ohio Headshots.

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Stacey Hudak. Transamerica Financial Advisor. Toledo, Ohio Headshots.

I was contacted by Stacey a couple days later and we set up a networking meeting. As a business owner, it is so beneficial to make connections and grow relationships with other local professionals. I highly value having a list of service providers that I trust to refer my friends and clients to. Stacey explained how passionate she is about changing the face of her industry and calling her peers to a higher service standard. She hopes to see more diversity in the professional world, specifically more women entrepreneurs. Stacey enjoys using her time to network and invest in the community as well.

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Jessica Klimesh Proofreading and Editing. Sylvania Ohio. Commercial Branding Photography.

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Jessica Klimesh Proofreading and Editing. Sylvania Ohio. Commercial Branding Photography.

What is one tip you would give other self-employed professionals who are just starting out? Business can be rocky, especially at the beginning, so it’s important to keep developing ideas—to be innovative, to try new things. Don’t become stagnant. Keep learning—attend conferences, workshops, webinars. If one thing doesn’t work, try something else. Observe and learn what your clients want, and adjust your services accordingly. I’ve learned in life that things often don’t go as planned. This is true in business as well. Don’t fight it; go with it! Being stuck in one certain mindset can be damaging to your business’s success.

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Tips for Your Professional Headshots. Toledo, Ohio. Commercial Photography.

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Tips for Your Professional Headshots. Toledo, Ohio. Commercial Photography.

Headshots are important in the professional world. Not only do they impact how your peers see you, they can direct how your potential clients think about you. Just like your store front, logo, and website create an experience for your customers, your own image is also an important part of your brand. A person who presents a sloppy appearance could be labeled as someone who might not take pride in their work. A nervous or angry expression could make clients wonder if you are difficult to work with. An outdated headshot may remind you of a younger self, but it will confuse peers when they meet you in person.

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