Social Media Tips

What to Wear

Business Collab


Alimond Studio


Identify What You Love



We are dedicated to helping you show up as your best possible self - ESPECIALLY if you HATE getting your photos taken.




Visit the MAIN SITE

Get The Guide

Download your FREE Headshot Guide Here

Sign up and get instant access to it.

When it comes to starting your business there’s probably a couple of reasons why you want to – additional income, better hours, more control, etc. But the one thing that everyone has before starting their business is a passion for what they do.

Professional Loudoun County Business Woman in Northern Virginia with Statement Earrings

The thing that people love doing in their business is what may initially spark the idea of generating revenue from it. But once we kick things into gear, there are other factors to building a business that may not be as exciting, and all of the sudden you have emails to reply to, clients to get back to, a product that’s being demanded, paperwork to finish and it can feel never-ending.

That overwhelming feeling is one I think we’re all familiar with. It can affect how well we do the tasks we need to complete, our energy to complete those tasks, and how much energy we have leftover to do the things in our business we really love.

So what do you hate doing? What do you wish you could just cross off your list, never see again, or hire out for?

Sometimes it’s a matter of trying to figure out how to balance work life with the rest of life. You might have kids, a spouse, or animals who need your attention.

So for delegating, you can get a loan for hiring out if that’s a possibility for you.

Here are some places you can look if you’re hiring

  1. Your network. Feel free to ask around your inner circle, maybe one of your past clients,  to put out the feelers for someone detail oriented, driven, and eager to do a fantastic job. You never know what others know until you ask.

2. LinkedIn. People looking for jobs on LinkedIn get updates when positions open up in their field. You can post your job opportunities there and through notifications, potential hires  actively searching for jobs will find you.

3. Indeed. Indeed is the number one search engine for all sorts of people looking for all sorts of jobs. You can implement an extra step of a quiz to make sure that only truly interested people will apply.

Professional Young woman during a Lifestyle shoot with plant in Leesburg inside of Loudoun County Virginia

If not, you can dedicate a block of time to doing that mundane task you absolutely don’t want to do. You put away all distractions and buckle down. The quicker it’s done in an effective manner, the more time you have to focus on doing what you love and spending more time with the people you love.

Hope you found some insight from this! Don’t forget to check out the Alimond Community for small businesses owners – just click below.



Read the Comments +

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

READ          LATEST


The Blog Playlist

In The Mood For...

Branding Tips

What to Wear

Social Media Tips

Lead Generation


cultivate connections to grow your community, resources and network

The ceo hub

Ready to supercharge your business growth? Join us at our annual event - where we'll connect you with other like-minded business owners, teach you how to build your business brand and provide the perfect space to take your business to the next level. 

Favorites                    Photoshoot Collection

Explore a curated collection of exceptional entrepreneurial headshots and branding visuals 

from the

Get The Guide

My Free BrandFilm Workbook Guide

Grab your copy of this workbook so you can discover how to create your very own BrandFilm so you can start sharing the story behind your business to attract your ideal clients.

follow @alimondstudio

If you're into growing your community, building your personal brand + looking good while doing it all ... You've come to the right place.

Our clients are stunning →

Photography Tutorials →

Wait, are we besties? →