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Choosing A Passionate SupplierIn today's wedding industry, it can be trying at times to see the light. Wedding planners are continually building relationships with professionals, they trust and can share with their couples. Whether it be wedding photographers, wedding venues, wedding caterers, etc, time has been invested in relationship building. These relationships are vital to success in business and in celebration. But what happens when your wedding planner is you? How do you build these relationships fast and ensure that these venders are in fact working for you? Yes, we are photographers, but the advise I am sharing with you comes not only from us, but from venders we work with too.
Recently, I have had the honor to introduce myself and my company to a weddings favour professional, a limousine service and a team of wedding Officiants. We clicked because across different service companies we shared and the same level of passion. This is my piece of advice. Choose those wedding professionals that are passionate about what they do. You will not only receive true value, but will often have your expectations pleasantly surpassed.
Passion is the cornerstone and often the first reason a business is formed but how can you be sure they are passionate about what they do and why is passion so important?
The first part is quite simple. Ask them to tell you their story. Then just sit and listen to their voice. Listen to their excitement. Watch their eyes sparkle. Getting to really know and appreciate this professional will be all the evidence you need. It will help instill trust. It will help build friendship. It will help build your wedding day.
To answer the second part, passion is important because doing what you love will lead to amazing results. Amazing results come from taking certain calculated risks. Risks are calculated because passion is the driving force. Notice I said calculated?
Too often, we are encouraged not to take risks for fear of loosing too much. To a degree, taking risks can lead to loss. However, the difference between a professional and non-professional is that the professional invests their time in calculating risks. This time is limitless because of their passion to succeed and excel in their field.
Passion. It's the cornerstone.
Article Written By Nick Bicanic
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