After the hectic busy season, it’s nice to take a step back and look at what you’ve accomplished over the past year. Here at ShootDotEdit, we have so many things to be thankful for in 2015. Not only are we thankful for our families, friends, and teammates, we’re thankful for YOU and the relationships we built with you over the last year! We love working with you and providing you with tips and tricks to help you grow your photography business and meet your goals!
Today, we’re continuing a 3-year running tradition by sharing what some of our teammates are thankful for in 2015. Take a look at a few of things we are thankful for this holiday season! As a reminder, our office is closed today for the Thanksgiving Holiday (11/26/15) and Friday (11/27/2015). We will return refreshed and ready to work first thing Monday at 8:30am PDT!
“I loved flying back to Georgia to see my family and enjoy some good ‘ol southern food and hospitality.”
-Stacey Mesler, Logistics Team Member
“I’m thankful for having 2 families…my home family and my SDE family! No matter which family I’m with, they keep me smiling.”
-Ali Peterson, Process and Workflow Specialist
“Every morning when I talk to my mom, it puts a smile on my face (and it’s a bonus if I can FaceTime with my adorable dog, Daisy).”
-Lizzie Grant, Lead Auditor
“The most memorable trip I had this year with ShootDotEdit was going to my first WPPI! It was my first week starting here and I was thrilled that I got asked to go to this huge tradeshow. I had a BLAST there and learned and saw so much! I met several of our Advocates (Roberto Valenzuela was amazing!), and current customers too! The Wine and Chocolate Party was one of my favorite events, and even though I had red wine stains all over my white blouse (that I had to wear the next day at the booth), I met so many amazing photographers and got to pour each and every one of them a glass (or two) of wine. :)”
-Grace Troutman, Color Consultant
“SDE is my family in a lot of ways! It’s nice to always have someone to talk to and give you new perspectives on issues, or just share a funny inside joke. Our community is so important to us, and I think it’s what helps us be truly successful.”
-Stephanie Stevens, Color Consultant
“I took a trip to a horse ranch this summer with my friends before moving back to San Diego. We spent most of the night playing games and sneaking food bits out to the horses. The next morning, we woke up early and drove in to the bay to go to a little Puerto Rican restaurant that served one of the best sandwiches I have ever eaten. This was a really great way to end my time with all my college friends.”
-Michael Redding, Photographer Workflow Specialist
As a team, we’re a thankful bunch! What are you thankful for this year? Let us know in the comments!
While you are enjoying some down time during the slow season, discover what you can improve in your business with our Making the Most of the Off-Season Guide!