If you’ve been in the interior design business for any amount of time, you already know that there are two times a year that business slows down; July/August and November/December. Do you get anxious? Worried? Do you feel comforted in busy times but anxious when it's slow (even when you secretly want a breather)? If you are ready to get off that treadmill and learn how to be positive and productive, watch [...]
I know the feeling. Even though you're going along in your day, you feel this weighty feeling hanging over your head or in your gut because you know you have to get your taxes done in a couple of weeks. You need a big chunk of time that you just don't have. It's so overwhelming. Try these 3 tips. They work every time!
What is the difference between getting selected for a higher-end project or just the same old mid level mediocre design project? Visualization! You must be able to stand in all the details of that new project you want from a place of strength and belief. It's physics; like attracts like. Here are a couple tips to get you started.
People are buying gifts for their loved ones that are "experiential" four times more often than last holiday season. Interior designers are in the perfect business to capitalize on this trend. Take a look!
It's October! 50 days until Thanksgiving. In this industry everyone wants everything by the holidays so things are about to get CRAZY busy! We still have time to achieve our goals and here are three easy tips to do
“Julie” just needed a few questions answered, “How do I leave my job after 35 years?” The stress was ruining her marriage but she was doing more than two peoples’ jobs and felt a sense of responsibility to wait and leave "at a good time".
This video is a reminder to let your own intuition be your guide in running your interior design business. When you ask friends for advice, are they holding your vision on your behalf or something else?
Learning how to respond to upset clients who receive an "unexpected invoices helps you resolve the issue and move on so your valuable energy can be channeled to creating great design. In this video I read a real complaint from an interior designers' client and cover the verbiage to respond inducing a positive outcome for all!!
Learn one powerful tip to eliminate the stress of following up on unpaid invoices. Designers spend loads of time speculating, wondering and worrying about the reasons an invoice has not been paid. Let's take back that time and use this technique to get paid and strengthen the relationship!