When Amy and Jordan Demos were in high school they made a pact that they would spend as much time as humanly possible together. Today, they are married wedding photographers who used to be elementary school teachers. Now, their weekdays are their own while their weekends are filled with capturing love, devotion, and total bliss.
These two are amazing in their love for each other, for their business, and for helping others create a bigger life. What started as a contagion, turned into a part-time hobby, then a business, and now a business helping others pursue the same fantastic business.
Jordan has not watched college football in 2 years. Shooting 40 weddings in the luxury market of Scottsdale, Arizona keeps the Demos’ super busy, but doing what they love every day.
Amy and Jordan believe that just being married means you’re in business together. But additionally doing a business together has been very marriage enriching for both of them. The key to making it work, according to Jordan, is having grace for one another on a daily basis and being each others’ biggest supporters.
The next 3-5 years for Amy and Jordan are about taking things one day at a time. Jordan described the scene from Good To Great where Jim Collins wrote about pushing a boulder up a hill and right at the top of the hill is the tipping point where you’re now chasing the boulder back down the other side. The boulder, for Amy and Jordan, has started to roll!
Amy and Jordan have offered a quick start guide to pursuing your dream job which is available HERE.
Books Amy and Jordan recommend:
The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey
Quitter by Jon Acuff
EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey
Start by Jon Acuff
Love and Respect by Emerson Eggerichs