All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy… unless he finds a healthy work-life balance.
In today’s technological landscape, we are always plugged in. We carry our lives in our pockets; our work, our friends, our families, our passions… So, how do we disconnect; can we disconnect? Is it possible to salvage our sanity when we are constantly engaged? What happens when our work life becomes the only life we know? Most of us grew up hearing that we have to fully immerse ourselves in our work to be successful. But that was before technology. Now work goes around-the-clock 24/7.
Most of us have learned this lesson the hard way. If you’ve ever snapped and totally flipped out on a good friend or suddenly quit your job then you know what we are talking about. Our generation faces challenges that have never been addressed until now: unplugging when we are constantly plugged-in. Fortunately, you have Uncreative Radio to learn a thing or two…
Joey Wright solved his work-life balance by establishing a social life outside his craft. He has friends who are professional photographers and friends in other careers. This has helped safeguard his passion for photography. Rather than his craft becoming a chore or the only thing he knows/does, it has remained one of the greatest joys in his life. And that has translated positively into both his private life and career.
Tune-in August 8, 2019, at 6 PM ET for Episode 7 of Uncreative Radio!
About Our Guest
Joey Wright is a professional swimsuit photographer. You can check out his portfolio by following him on Instagram.
We recently started a new community event for cinematographers, photographers, and models with Joey Wright and Chris Headshots. We host it at our studio in Fort Lauderdale and open it up to anyone with a camera and a vision. You can check out some awesome video recaps and photo galleries on our #UNCREATIVE Blog!
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