Lessons Learned from the Wedding Wire Professionals: The Experience: Dreams, Determination, Hard Work and Team WorkTuesday, March 10, 2015
"I left Corporate America to follow my Passion. My goal is to always inspire others to never give up on their passion and dreams. I'm living a dream and someone else can do the same."
Glenn followed this adage with another: “Know your niche.” That’s how he grew his photo and video business. He knew he wanted to be in the wedding industry. However, in starting a business, sometimes you have to start small – take baby steps, he said. His MPW Media Group offers a variety of services including the Same-Day Edit video where the couple and their guests get to view a video of the entire wedding toward the end of the reception.
Last week I was reminded that "We are where God wants us to be at this very moment. Every experience is part of His Divine Plan."
However, sometimes the path we take leads us to a detour.
As a mother, my heart breaks whenever any of my four children is unhappy and frustrated. We give them wings to grow but sometimes they break. We can't walk their own journey for them, but we can be around when they need a hug, reassurance and an objective voice when they are on the wrong paths.
Just don’t call them wedding planners. “We are more than
that,” they said. While they are there for the moment, they offer a breadth of
insight and experience on what makes a matrimony live in one’s memory long
after the wedding album has been put away.
Article published at The FilAm : "We are not wedding planners"