Jeffrey Shaw has written a book called The Self Employed Life, which teaches you how to manage the uncontrollable roller-coaster of being self employed. With a nod to bio-mimicry, Jeffrey teaches us how to engineer an environment optimized for sustaina...
Jeffrey Shaw has written a book called The Self Employed Life, which teaches you how to manage the uncontrollable roller-coaster of being self employed. With a nod to bio-mimicry, Jeffrey teaches us how to engineer an environment optimized for sustainable success and happiness.
Jeffrey Shaw is the author of The Self Employed Life, available now | www.theselfemployedlife.me
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From humble beginnings, Jeffrey Shaw became one of the most preeminent portrait photographers in the United States. His on-location style and fine craftsmanship made him the go-to photographer for families of C-suite executives of Anheuser-Busch, Twitter, and many others, Supermodel Stephanie Seymour, news anchors Jim Nantz and David Bloom, sports icons Tom Seaver, Pat Riley, and Wall Street executives too many to mention. His portraits appeared on The Oprah Show, CBS News, in People and O Magazine and hang at Harvard University and The Norman Vincent Peale Center.