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  • McGee. This man has unknowingly been an incredible influence on me. This man is Alan McGee. He founded Creation Records in 1983 with a £1000 bank loan and it became home to Primal Scream, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Oasis, Teenage Fanclub, The Boo Radleys, My Bloody Valentine and of course the inimitable Super Furry Animals. It was a pleasure to hear him speak about the hedonistic pre social media days of the music industry in Britain, fighting his own demons and his adventures and misadventures with the likes of the legendary Tony Wilson, Liam Gallagher, Bobby Gillespie and many others. It was a pleasure to photograph McGee. As he walked the stage, he reminded me of Orson Wells, of Alec Guinness with his tough Glasgow accent added more depth, more dirt and authenticity to his stories. I love this kind of stuff, that stuff of legend; the drugs, the music, rock and roll excess, but this guy also lost it all and had the balls to pick himself up and start all over again. Now that I admire. I don't do a huge amount of black and white but he asked me to make the images I took black and white and I think he was totally right.
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    McGee. This man has unknowingly been an incredible influence on me. This man is Alan McGee. He founded Creation Records in 1983 with a £1000 bank loan and it became home to Primal Scream, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Oasis, Teenage Fanclub, The Boo Radleys, My Bloody Valentine and of course the inimitable Super Furry Animals. It was a pleasure to hear him speak about the hedonistic pre social media days of the music industry in Britain, fighting his own demons and his adventures and misadventures with the likes of the legendary Tony Wilson, Liam Gallagher, Bobby Gillespie and many others. It was a pleasure to photograph McGee. As he walked the stage, he reminded me of Orson Wells, of Alec Guinness with his tough Glasgow accent added more depth, more dirt and authenticity to his stories. I love this kind of stuff, that stuff of legend; the drugs, the music, rock and roll excess, but this guy also lost it all and had the balls to pick himself up and start all over again. Now that I admire. I don't do a huge amount of black and white but he asked me to make the images I took black and white and I think he was totally right.

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  • “Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.“ 💥 Doubt this? Check this out: *Henry Ford: Failed and fell broke five times before he founded the successful Ford Motor Company. *R. H. Macy: Macy started seven failed business before finally hitting big with his store in New York City. *Akio Morita (founder of Sony): Morita’s first product was a rice cooker that burned rice. It sold less than 100 units. This first setback didn’t stop Morita and his partners as they pushed forward to create a multi-billion dollar company. *Bill Gates: The Harvard drop-out’s first business venture was a massive failure. *Harland David Sanders: Perhaps better known as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken. His famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it. *Walt Disney: Was fired by a newspaper editor because, “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn’t last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. His first few characters and movies were box office flops but he kept plugging along, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.

Disrupt Doubt, And The Perception of Failure - Be Your Own Hero 💯 
#bedisruptive #thursdaythoughts #empowerment #mindset #filmmaker 📸 @ianspanier
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    Los Angeles, California

    “Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.“ 💥 Doubt this? Check this out: *Henry Ford: Failed and fell broke five times before he founded the successful Ford Motor Company. *R. H. Macy: Macy started seven failed business before finally hitting big with his store in New York City. *Akio Morita (founder of Sony): Morita’s first product was a rice cooker that burned rice. It sold less than 100 units. This first setback didn’t stop Morita and his partners as they pushed forward to create a multi-billion dollar company. *Bill Gates: The Harvard drop-out’s first business venture was a massive failure. *Harland David Sanders: Perhaps better known as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken. His famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it. *Walt Disney: Was fired by a newspaper editor because, “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn’t last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. His first few characters and movies were box office flops but he kept plugging along, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.

    Disrupt Doubt, And The Perception of Failure - Be Your Own Hero 💯
    #bedisruptive #thursdaythoughts #empowerment #mindset #filmmaker 📸 @ianspanier

  •  7,161  94  17 October, 2019
  • So here comes another pic in black!! 🙈Trust me, it happened inadvertently. But since it has happened & also "Colour black" symbolises "Rebellion" & "Agression", I wanna talk about something that brings these emotions in me.
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Have people really forgotten the meaning of "professionalism" or is it me who has started facing this alot now-a-days or do we need to refrain the definition?? What is it?? Is it my line of profession or is it happening globally? .
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In the line of profession I am, it seems like people don't understand or have understated the importance of it.
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According to me, it's all about ethics, reliability, etiquitte & correspondance which lead to a collaboration. And when you collaborate with someone, it's a two way process wherein we give inputs to produce something. It gives birth to commitments, expectations & meeting deadlines. .
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However, being an influencer, what I see is people are really eager & compassionate to meet their goals, their achievements. But after that, what we as "influencers" are left with is "follow-ups", negotiating the commitments that were made before the deal & at the end, we give up as time passes( bcz of our other commitments & we didn't plan to make time for the unsaid commitments that were supposed to be fulfilled at the first place)!! If I may say they are "Good takers" but fail to be "Good givers" which lead to a lot of conjectures & doubtful intentions of developing any business relationship. .
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Has any other Influencer, blogger, vlogger, YouTuber, Collaborater, photographer faced this or realized this?? Or Is it me who is doing something wrong?? .
Please share your views. .
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📸 @photoshotographer .
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#bepositive #portraitsofficial #portraitphotography #portrait #photoshotographer #trending #shoutout #offshoulder #photographer #goodtimes #photography #modellife #model #delhifashionblogger #delhimodel #delhi #moradabad #naturephotography #eyes #eyemakeup #yelloweyes #blueeyes #selectcitywalk #boldeyes #instaready #outdoorphotography #weekend #weekendvibes #indianyoutuber #sugandhrastogi ❤
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    @sugandhrastogiofficial

    Select CityWalk

    So here comes another pic in black!! 🙈Trust me, it happened inadvertently. But since it has happened & also "Colour black" symbolises "Rebellion" & "Agression", I wanna talk about something that brings these emotions in me.
    .
    Have people really forgotten the meaning of "professionalism" or is it me who has started facing this alot now-a-days or do we need to refrain the definition?? What is it?? Is it my line of profession or is it happening globally? .
    .
    In the line of profession I am, it seems like people don't understand or have understated the importance of it.
    .
    According to me, it's all about ethics, reliability, etiquitte & correspondance which lead to a collaboration. And when you collaborate with someone, it's a two way process wherein we give inputs to produce something. It gives birth to commitments, expectations & meeting deadlines. .
    .
    However, being an influencer, what I see is people are really eager & compassionate to meet their goals, their achievements. But after that, what we as "influencers" are left with is "follow-ups", negotiating the commitments that were made before the deal & at the end, we give up as time passes( bcz of our other commitments & we didn't plan to make time for the unsaid commitments that were supposed to be fulfilled at the first place)!! If I may say they are "Good takers" but fail to be "Good givers" which lead to a lot of conjectures & doubtful intentions of developing any business relationship. .
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    Has any other Influencer, blogger, vlogger, YouTuber, Collaborater, photographer faced this or realized this?? Or Is it me who is doing something wrong?? .
    Please share your views. .
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    📸 @photoshotographer .
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    #bepositive #portraitsofficial #portraitphotography #portrait #photoshotographer #trending #shoutout #offshoulder #photographer #goodtimes #photography #modellife #model #delhifashionblogger #delhimodel #delhi #moradabad #naturephotography #eyes #eyemakeup #yelloweyes #blueeyes #selectcitywalk #boldeyes #instaready #outdoorphotography #weekend #weekendvibes #indianyoutuber #sugandhrastogi

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