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In the past we've talked about the idea of an annual retreat for your photography studio. Are you going to do it?  Don't know where to start? Here some things you can do to prepare for your annual retreat. The more preparation, the more you'll get out of it. Actually, this is just good to do at the end of each business year if you want to grow your studio. In order to see more clearly how things are going with your business, you need to take a step back from the day to day operations, and conduct a higher level review of your studio from top to bottom.

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Have you recently (or not so recently) gotten Shootq for your studio but you’re dragging your feet about getting it set up and working? Overwhelmed and not sure where to begin?

Plan to invest a good 4 weeks or so of time to really get yourself set up with shoot q (less time if you are a new studio). There are some free webinars available and a handful of YouTube videos from enthusiastic users. You really have to be prepared to go it alone for the most part.

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Are you overwhelmed with trying to stay on top of your never ending task items? Is your photography business taking over your life? We used to have this problem of great customer service in the spring, and major issues during the fall when (lots) of little pieces fell through the cracks. Pretty much after Labor Day, we would be completed swamped and totally overwhelmed. And then we got ShootQ.

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