You working at it but not making as much progress as you thought? Maybe the problem is that you spend too much time planning, and not enough doing. Watch as we join photographer Chase Jarvis as he takes a closer look at how we can often fall into the trap of getting so busy “planning”, that it actually keeps us from putting that plan into action. As Chase says: “Having a plan, an idea or a strategy is just that. Ideas are cheap, what matters is the work you put into making them a reality others can experience (see, hold, feel, read, buy)”.
Chase is an award-winning American photographer, director, artist, entrepreneur and the CEO of CreativeLive, an online education platform that he co-founded in 2010. As a photographer, he is known for his kinetic style and emphasis on lifestyle, sports, and landscape photo imagery. His client base includes brands like; Nike, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard, Pepsi, McDonald’s, Red Bull – to mention but a few.
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