Bob’s Posture Tip: “Sternum to the wall, shoulders go back, arch the back slightly”

“I tell my patients: “get your sternum to the wall, shoulders go back, arch the back slightly, and you’re there.” – Brad Heineck, physical therapist in 90 Second Neck Drill That Will Change Your Life! Bob & Brad Concur! Continue reading “Bob’s Posture Tip: “Sternum to the wall, shoulders go back, arch the back slightly””

Cole Thompson – LET GO OF CARING WHAT OTHER’S THINK – Discovering Your Vision in Landscape Photography

17:30 “The first thing you have to do is just let go. Let go of caring what other people think. Let go of complying. Let go of the rules. Let go of worrying about being criticized. Let go of worrying if the image will be liked or will ever win. … If you’re concerned about all of those external things, vision is not going to be able to happen.”

46 Praise is more dangerous than criticism. It can make you do things you wouldn’t have otherwise.

“…criticism can sting at times that you shake it off, but praise that’s really, it’s actually more dangerous than criticism because it can sway our view of things. And I’ve had my own view of my images swayed by how many likes it gets or how much praise it gets it.”

He only shoots and posts what he really loves. “Don’t produce for ‘likes’ or wins or sales.” “…creating honest work.” Which is “why I never went into photography as a living.” “It’s so freeing to not have to worry about selling.”

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