Dec 31st

2009

Growing The VisionMonger

I’m really excited to be announcing the release of the first collaborative book to come out of Craft & Vision. Hot on the heels of VisionMongers, my manager Corwin Hiebert has written Growing The VisionMonger, 10 Things a Manager Can Teach You About Running & Growing Your Business.

If you want to learn about f-stops and focal lengths, ask a photographer. If you want to learn about managing your business, ask a manager, and Corwin is a great manager. He’s not only the guy holding my own little world together but he performs management tasks for my friends Kevin Clark and Dave Delnea. He’s freaking great at what he does and he’s  neurotic about doing thing excellently and with efficiency. In short, he’s my secret weapon, and while not everyone needs or wants a manager in their back-pocket, using a the expertise of a manager is a sure way to grow your business.

Whether you’re a Weekend Warrior or a Working Stiff, there’s solid meat in here for you. And there’s action points with each of the 10 topics for both. If you made a New Year’s resolution to get serious about your photography business, this is a solid place to start. And for $5, it’ll leave you plenty of budget for that new logo and a retainer for your new accountant.

Still only $5, Growing The VisionMonger is available on the Craft & Vision website HERE or for immediate download with the fancy buttons below.

A Happy New Year from all of us at Pixelated Image Communications and Craft & Vision. May this year be the year you chase down your dreams.

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Comments (6)
  1. December 31, 2009 at 2:41 am

    I bought it immediately, as it was just what I was looking for, and knowing the quality of your books I wouldn’t be disappointed. And let me tell you: it’s great. It’s written in a very personal style and I feel like I know Corwin already. He’s very straight to the point and I love the assignments at the back of every chapter. It’s proven again: it doesn’t have to be about gear to inspire. Thank you Corwin.

  2. December 31, 2009 at 7:12 am

    I too purchased it as soon as I got the link and read through it last night. Very direct and to the point, excellent suggestions and guidance for both amateurs and pros. I will be going back to read it again and take notes. Thanks.

  3. rkpowers

    December 31, 2009 at 8:51 am

    Happy New Year to all from a former lurker.
    I also bought the book as soon as I got the announcement. Sadly, haven’t read it yet, (family stuff, you know?)but I have no doubt it will be inspiring and helpful. Thanks, David for…..

  4. December 31, 2009 at 8:53 am

    Wow, That was painless!! David, This is my first purchase. I’ve got this feeling I’ll be back for more.

    Best,
    -jon

  5. January 3, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    I bought this the minute I saw the tweet, and have to say it is excellent, certainly on par with the other ebooks you have put out. The only problem I had with it is there were a number of errors (typos, use of their vs. they’re, etc.). I know the information is excellent, however some people will disregard the content if they see some of these errors.

    Great job though, please keep them coming!

    WRR

  6. January 4, 2010 at 3:29 am

    I bought the book as well. I’ve actually had Corwin as an instructor before for an event planning course at VCC (the one where you came as a guest speaker to–I missed that class unfortunately) so I know he’s awesome at what he does.

    Take care!
    Raymond