TER 002: Being An Asset, Not An Asshole with Andy Carretto
Andy Carretto did the unthinkable: he decided he was unhappy in his corporate job and quit the next day.
Andy Carretto is a successful and passionate photographer from St. Louis. He and his multi-talented wife, Beth, own and operate Carretto Studios, which is quickly becoming one of the nation’s top wedding photography providers.
In this episode, Andy shares his story and gives us a glimpse into what it took for him to leave a corporate banking career to pursue his creative passion. It took guts, determination, a more than a little love and support from both Beth and the creative community.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- Andy’s passion for photography resurrected his interest in owning a business.
- Make sure you don’t let your business own you, especially if you work from home.
- Success for Andy means the freedom and disposable income to enjoy life.
- Investing in his local, professional photography network led to success.
- Be an asset, not an asshole.
- Save time, energy, and money by outsourcing when it’s the right fit.
- Keep your eyes open for new opportunities.