There are three things that have no place in any business: ego, arrogance, and entitlement.

The photographer who expects everything for free, is envious of others’ success, or has an ego so inflated that they are unable see past their own faults is a sure-fire way to sabotage their image. It may get them so far, but toxic traits don’t go unnoticed for very long.

Instead, let’s strive for self-esteem, confidence, and humility. You’re likely to get more with honey, than with vinegar.

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