• Luke Cleland

Me v.s. the World

Updated: Dec 31, 2020

For the first time in history you can compare yourself to the rest of the world.

Well at least 1/7th of the world.

That's the 1 billion people that are on Instagram. And you can compare yourself to as many as your little thumb will allow to scroll. We don't tend to see all the people that are worse off and think "Wow i'm really fortunate".

No no, we go for the superstars, the top, the exclusive - and start to feel pretty sorry for ourselves.

And all that time you spend comparing, you could have come up with the next business strategy that would take your business to the next level.


Recent Posts

See All

The Competition

I've been reading and listening to Jocko Willink recently. He makes a lot of comparisons to war and business. The competition is the enemy. (just go with it for the example) If you are so focused on t

Soak your foot

Apparently it is hereditary. If my shoes don't fit just right, and if I'm on my feet for long hours in warm situations it often develops. Good thing I'm a wedding photographer. So if I'm not careful,


I never would have guessed how important estimating has been in my career. If you overestimate you may not get the job. If you underestimate you may lose your credibility. If you don't estimate at all