EP 073 | You Do You with Claire Jefford
August 14, 2018
Not every designer loves the idea of working with trades or carrying the responsibility of a large renovation. There are lots of ways, as the owner of the company, to create a business that works for you. One Business of Design™ enthusiast shares how she works with clients during the planning stage, but then allows them to manage the renovations on their own.
In this episode we learn:
– there are a multitude of ways to set up your business so it satisfies you, as the owner
– determining what you love to do and eliminating tasks that stress you out is a great way to create a more satisfying career
– sometimes it’s ok to “leave money on the table” (make sure you know how much money you’re talking about)
– test yourself, can you beat the timeline our guest provides
Suggested Course: Ideal Project, Ideal Client
No more overthinking. If you have a desire to do something, stop waiting for perfection. Done is better than perfect. Jump right in.
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