Today we’re starting a new series featuring an attendee from a past Reset Conference. In these posts, we’ll share first-hand experience from the creative, along with samples of their favorite work, and links to their website and social media. Today’s inaugural post showcases the words and work of Amanda Cohen from Amanda Nicole Photography, based in Connecticut. Thanks, Amanda, for sharing your words, heart, and photos with us!!
From Amanda, posted about a week after #reset2017:
“It’s been one week since I flew to Indianapolis for The Reset Conference ❤️ and I’m still processing everything I saw + learned. I had no idea what to expect + I can honestly say it was beyond what I thought it was going to be, and blew my expectations out of the water. Every evening Kelly Susan Photography and I would spend relaxing in our hotel room, working, chatting, going over what we did that day. And to say that our minds were exhausted and full by the end of the day would be an understatement.
Two and a half years ago I decided to take my love of photography to the next level; to help families freeze time, to help them share their story. To take what I already loved doing and make it my ‘career’ I’ve come so far in my business and as an entrepreneur you are constantly growing + failing. You have to seek ways to grow, learn and become more–no one is there to tell you how to work, when to work, what to say, how say it, what will work, what won’t, etc. It takes a special kind of person, courage, discipline + amazing support to be able to succeed in this world as an entrepreneur because it’s different than what most people do; what society says you should do. I’m grateful for those who support me, for my amazing friendships of boss babes like myself that get me through the day-to-day, for the ones out there who believe in #communityovercompetition and constantly willing to teach you and help you. I’m grateful for all of it and ecstatic to see where 2017 will take me ???? #entrepreneurlife #reset2017 #theresetconference
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