Diversify your revenue streams
Burnout in photography is real. It's hard to create boundaries when your office is in your living room. Track the amount of time you spend on tasks behind your computer for work in Tggle. This will give you a clear understanding of how long it takes you to do things. When tasks are taking taking significantly longer than normal, it's a sign of burnout and that you need a day off.
You can spend all of your time at hundreds of mini sessions and back-to-back weddings, OR you can diversify your revenue streams (in a way that doesn’t require your physical presence). For example, selling albums and prints, and offering mentorship courses are all common ways photographers can easily expand their businesses and increase revenue streams without spreading themselves too thin. Be sure to show off these products and services in your marketing, and offer them as add-ons when clients are inquiring about other services.
Now that you're one step closer to learning how to run your photography business like a pro, you should check out my other tips for creatives because this opinionated loud mouth is full of them.