For the past ten days I've been working at home with a filmmaker producing my first online course, a beginner photography course that I've been negotiating for 18 months and working on all year. It is the hardest and scariest thing I've ever done and the second time I've really put myself out there in the world by investing my own money, time and efforts into something I believe in. (The other time is obviously my Travel Bootcamp conference.) To people on the outside looking in, I know that I have the type of personality that makes it all seem easy but I have self doubt too. Running a business, admitting to the world that you have ambition and putting yourself out there daily is hard. Like most people, I don't know what the fuck I'm doing most of the time but I founded a business based on passion and I truly, truly believe that when passion and a desire to help others is at the heart of what you do, you can't lose. Thanks to @filmenor for taking on this project at the last minute and bringing more to it than I ever thought possible. Your vision and hard work will be on display throughout the course. Thanks to @passion_io for choosing me to be the very first photographer in their stable of successful online teachers and thanks to the team at @olympus_au for always believing in me and supporting me daily. Kristie, I appreciate you so much. Finally, thanks to my family for losing their home for 10 days while it transformed into a studio. Hope to see some of you at my instameet today now that I'm out of filming jail. See previous post if you want to come!