Have you set your goals for 2020? If not, I encourage you to schedule yourself some time to not only visualise your goals for the year, but to work on a plan to help you make your dreams a reality

Whether you’re unsure where to start, or need somewhere to track your thoughts, you can DOWNLOAD MY FREE 2020 PLANNER. Use it to record your progress, wins, challenges and learnings.

START PLANNING. SET DEADLINES. STAY ACCOUNTABLE.

The best place to start is where you are currently at…

Visualize your destination, then reverse engineer how you got there in 6 month, 3 month, 1 month, 1 week and daily milestones. This gives you more control over your progress and the ability to make changes to increase leads or cash flow. There is not much you can do if, at the end of the month, you’ve lost $3000 for example, BUT if you know how you are traveling half way through the month you can give yourself the opportunity to increase your marketing, advertising or promotions to generate turnover, and put you back on the optimal path to achieve your short and long term goals.

Keep yourself accountable by always attaching firm deadlines. When setting your deadlines, be realistic but also consider the external factors that may contribute to you not delivering on your timeline, and plan for them. Life, relationships, and family will always throw you curveballs. Accept there will be challenges on your journey but they are simply speed bumps – not the end of the road.

YOUR GOALS CAN BE AS BIG OR AS SMALL AS YOU WANT THEM TO BE

One of my main goals this year is to push myself creatively, to shoot for myself more, and to capture everything in-camera.

Earlier this week, I set myself a large creative and technical challenge. I identified my usual excuses so I could be aware of those if they arose, and I scheduled a time to achieve it.

Having identified beforehand that I often talk myself out of my big ideas, I was able to avoid letting that feeling take hold this time. This type of analysis and self-awareness can be hugely beneficial when trying to overcome our obstacles and achieve a goal. As a result, I had a new sense of determination to try something different, and I learned a lot along the way, through my trouble-shooting as well as trial and error.

It’s amazing what we can achieve when we commit to pushing ourselves outside our comfort zone, and planning out the steps to get there, whether you rigorously stick to your plan or decide to choose an alternate route along the journey.

LEARN NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY WITH KELLY BROWN IN 2020

Another of my goals for 2020 is to spend time getting to know more of the Newborn Posing community from around the globe, in person. I’m looking forward to meeting many of you at my own upcoming workshops, and if you can make it to one of the other events which I’m grateful to have been invited to present at, please do say hello!

In the first half of 2020, I’ll be presenting my Newborn Photography Workshops in Amsterdam, Dubai, Chicago, Toronto, Belgium, Israel, Singapore, and, of course, in my own Spine Street Studios here in Brisbane, Australia. We will shortly announce dates and locations for additional newborn photography workshops to be scheduled in the second half of 2020. 

This year you can also find me at the following events which I’ve been invited to present at:

22-25 JAN – LONDON, UK
SWPP 2020 PHOTO CONVENTION & TRADESHOW

23-27 FEB – LAS VEGAS, USA
WPPI 2020 CONFERENCE, TRADESHOW & PRINT COMPETITION

3-4 APR – BANGALORE, INDIA
6-7 APR – MUMBAI, INDIA

NEWBORN & MATERNITY WORKSHOP with Kelly Brown, presented by Glamfame

17-19 MAY – COVENTRY, UK
THE NEWBORN AND PORTRAIT SHOW (Conference, Tradeshow & Awards)

MAKE 2020 YOUR BEST YEAR YET

Professional development through learning is essential to our personal, creative and business growth. So for those of you who are unable to make an in-person event this year, I will also be continuing to produce new content as well as offering my free Monthly Image Critiques in my Facebook group.

I look forward to seeing and reading about your progress in the Newborn Posing by Kelly Brown online community. 

2 thoughts on “Visualise Your Destination

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  2. Jess Majchrowski says:

    The past two years I’ve set goals for how many newborn sessions I wanted to do, and both years I exceeded them. This year my goal is to shoot more of what I love, and less of what I don’t… as well as to try to stay more organized. Thanks for this post!

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