EP 081 | Impetus To Change with Juliette Palarea – Part 1

October 8, 2018

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About this Episode

Heart and soul. That’s what the typical interior design professional puts into the job. However, what happens when the payoff doesn’t match all that you give to the work? Maryland designer Juliette Palarea describes hitting bottom and rethinking her entire career.

In this episode we learn:
– being vulnerable gets to more authentic conversations with peers and creates space for new ideas
– stopping old behaviors is easiest when you replace them with new (better) behaviors
– stepping out on a limb (high stakes) is a great position from which to try something new
– clients don’t need to change, we need to change
– there is nothing special about people who have “made it”—systems will change your life

 

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Juliette Palarea, principal and designer at JPStyles, believes everyone deserves access to the type of design that evokes feelings of comfort and sophistication. Having completed numerous projects in the categories of renovation, remodel and new construction, Juliette and her team pride themselves on understanding client's wishes and making them a reality. Juliette's interest in design began early in her career with California Fabric Protection: a business she co-founded in West Hollywood, California. Her love of architecture and design was nurtured by top area designers and clients in Beverly Hills, Pasadena as well as communities surrounding the West Los Angeles area. These designers realized Juliette's strengths were spacial planning and the details necessary for successful interior design. Juliette's projects have been featured in Baltimore Magazine and Chesapeake Home, as well as recognition from the Home Builders Association of Maryland Award with an award of Excellence for kitchen remodel $300k to $400k. With millions of dollars in design projects managed, her success is not solely created through her execution, but also in the trust her clients place in her. Juliette frequently hears, "I trust you. Do it the way you think it should be done", from her clients. Trust and satisfaction is the ultimate endorsement. www.jpstyles.net

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