EP 016 | Do Over – The Transition to Design with Adam Scougall
July 11, 2017
About this Episode
Adam Scougall is transitioning from the finance industry into interior design. Adam shares his insights as a business owner before introducing Business of Design™ strategies and then compares that to his experience after implementing the 15 steps.
In this episode we learn:
– how we keep ourselves in an unsuccessful loop, attracting the wrong clients
– why a turn key approach works best
– how pain is a powerful motivator
– there is no competition, success is available to all of us
Exercise: If you could step into a time machine and go back to the beginning of your career, what would you do differently? What would you put in place to make sure you succeed and thrive?
Once you have that answer, you have a clear goal for moving forward.
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