WE DID IT and are Celebrating 100 Episodes of the Bearded Tog!
- Mentor dozens of photographers from all over the world in their photography business journeys and seen a real impact in helping them become more fulfilled in who they are and who they’re becoming.
- Been invited to speak at conferences, workshops, podcasts, and even hosted a few workshops of my own.
- Meet some of my photography heroes.
Celebrating 100 Episodes with Special Guests and a Surprise!
Evie Rupp Asked: Based on all of your years of business and running a podcast, what’s the biggest thing you’ve learned?
The idea of running and authentic business and being fulfilled is my number one goal. Have a mentor! What do you want to do in the world?
Joe Tobiason Asked: What is something that a guest once said that you find yourself quoting?
It’s actions, rather than a quote. When guests share an episode, it means the world to me. Joe, a guest on the podcast, sent Adam a film camera to play with.
Max Sadik Asked: How did you decide you wanted to start a podcast? How did you persevere through so many episodes?
I used to work for Apple, I had the original iPod. I love Podcasts. They were a huge influence on my photography. I have a hunger to learn and I still listen to 20-30 hours of podcasts a week. It’s such an authentic way to give a real take and have a conversation with someone.
For every guest that is on the Podcast, we’ve reached out to a lot more! It’s been a fun journey, but as long as this medium stays alive I’ll keep doing it.
Joey Wright Asked: What is one of your favorite crazy or embarrassing wedding stories?
A: I used to split my pants at weddings 2-3 times a year! I want people to be their truest selves at weddings, and we’ll figure out the aftermath of that together afterwards.
Pat Furey Asked: In the past year, what have you found to be a business tip that you’ve benefitted from? What have you spent your time on that you’d change now?
Authenticity. The types of weddings you want to be a part of are determined by you. Everything you put online is determined by you. Our sites are advertising.
Nathan Holritz Asked: What do you like to do for fun?
A: It’s incredible to get to love what you do. You should set boundaries on yourself. You need things that fill you up. I love playing guitar, music, I love my motorcycle. I’m a big technology nerd, I love TV and movies and being inspired by them.
Hope Taylor Asked: What’s your most embarrassing podcast moment?
I don’t have one, must mean it’s coming soon! Maybe mispronouncing names or when I didn’t frame a question well.
Announcements from The Bearded Tog
And a big announcement… The Bearded Tog has it’s own WEBSITE!! You can listen to every episode ever, see links and deals… we are so excited.
Also, I’m going back on Patreon! For $10/month, you can access content directly from Adam on finding your why and more.
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