In today's episode of The Legal Paige podcast, I actually asked for all of your help! I had you ask me anything (non-legal related) and shared those answers in today's episode! I even brought my own podcast manager on to help with this episode! Ready to learn even more about me? I answer everything from law school, starting my photography business, and of course my growing family!
Things we talk about:
- An in-depth look at my previous photography business and my first example of community over competition.
- What I really thought of law school, including what words of wisdom I have carried with me!
- Are Marko and I married? Tune in to find out!
- My thoughts on becoming a mother, who is a mother I look up to, and what is one thing I haven't been able to live without during my pregnancy!
Here are a few quotes:
"He looks at all of us and said, the way you look at the world is about to change. You will never see the world the same way again, because you're always going to be thinking about it from a legal perspective. That is what law school teaches you, and you have chosen to become a lawyer. You just have a different take on every situation that can come your way. And that really stuck with me because I do think about it. Always from a legal perspective or just how the law implicates, basically everything we do."
"I just remember always hearing people talk and be like, oh my gosh, he takes the best photos. Or he's so talented or, oh my God, look at this photo or people sharing. It just was inspiration to me. I reached out to him and I was like, I want to start a photography business. Instead of like, competition or like pushback... He was like, oh, awesome. This is the camera you want. This is the lens you want. Let me know if you need any other help. I hope you're doing well, wish you the best kind of thing."
"My business looked like two years ago is not what it looks like now. It's not how my team is run. Now. I have changed that up over time and I have found what works best for me and what works best for all of the people on my team. With that comes like just life events and humanistic things that are just reality. I just want everyone to remember, like everyone is human, so there are going to be conflicts on your team. There are going to be people who are there for very much like what my mom said with friendships, a reason, a season, a lifetime."