Motivation and goals


posted on 7th of november, 2013


Hello everyone! This is my first post in this blog. I have to say that I have no literary talent and beautiful form words I do not know :) I am writing in Russian and translate with Google translator :)
And so that's what I decided to write.
First, about how I motivate myself to photograph for microstock.
Second, about how I photograph and processed.
Third, about themselves and about by a few :)

Today's post I want to dedicate motivation and goal setting.
I do not consider myself a super cool photographer, on the contrary - I take very mediocre. But that does not prevent me to enjoy it :)

And so, almost all microstock I registered in 2010, and the size of the portfolio does not exceed 50 images. The point of my laziness and careless approach to microstock. Do not think...

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Posted by Lenutaidi on November 09, 2013
Motivation is what moves you. Habit is what keeps you going! Each goal achieved is a moment of happiness! Congratulations for this blog! Good luck my friend!! And get back to work! Hard work! Go! Let's make money! Best regard, Lenuta!
Posted by Gheburaseye on November 09, 2013
It's important have one or more goals in this job! Good work and good luck ;)
Posted by Martingraf on November 08, 2013
you are really talented - congratulations and yes, you need your goals - my goal was 20 pictures per month, just lately changed it to 30 - mainly because I want to keep up with my competition - I also did some food photos but I want to show people what I see during the day - my portfolio is for me also some sort of diary, and I like doing that



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