My Realization that Shifted my Perspective on my Business
Suddenly, everything changed.
I was driving in my car, alone, enjoying the silence and letting my brain think about whatever it would, when it dawned on me. This wasn’t just a passion, it was a calling. An unshakable feeling down to the very last cell in my body that my passion for supporting women as a labor and delivery nurse, was not actually all that different than serving women and mother’s through my photography business. I had no idea, in that moment, that my view about my professional life would change forever. Or even more shockingly, just how much it would change…
Just as in my role as a Labor Nurse, not only was I still serving, loving and supporting women through my photography business, I now have the ability to serve my clients…The Mother’s and Women that I adore so much, with no restrictions.
No hospital policies to tell me what I could or couldn’t talk about with my “clients”, no insurance companies dictating what could or could not be considered as necessary care.
I am the CEO of this Women Supporting Company.
And I make the rules!
This, of course, lit my passion on fire!
I immediately began to brainstorm ideas of how I could serve my Maternity and Motherhood client’s in a way that aligns with my beliefs, and my prior experience working a decade in the Nursing fields of Pediatrics and Labor and Delivery.
I didn’t realize that all this time, I have been holding myself back. Categorizing my life passions and callings. Putting them into spaces that couldn’t overlap.
I hope that sharing this story with you helps you think about how you may be holding yourself back. Keeping your unique callings and passions in invisible boxes in your head. And that it gives you courage to go for a drive, and let yourself reimagine how you do life.
Because your calling is worth it.
Trisha is a Photographer, and fierce advocator for Women, serving Phoenix, Arizona. She specializes in Maternity, Birth and Elopement Photography. Formerly a bedside Labor and Delivery nurse, her passion for supporting and serving Women has been a constant in her life. A true calling, and a blessing!
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Photo of Trisha taken by Ashly Shae Photography, and edited by Trisha