EP 104 | 5-Year Plan with Stephanie Poore
March 18, 2019
About this Episode
How one designer’s five-year plan guided her to success. It’s never too late to create one for yourself.
In this episode we learn:
- sound legal advice, to guide you through the initial stages of setting up the business, can be really helpful
- strategic, effective networking gets you customers and trades when you need them
- drive through key neighorhoods to find trades who work nearby
- in your first year in business, it’s ok to say yes to all the jobs, but get discerning as quickly as possible
- as projects get bigger, you can begin to define your style aesthetic
- strategies for billing out other team members
- the advantage of hiring a bookkeeper early in your career
Get Stephanie Poore’s 5-year plan to grow her design business: Download Now!
Start where you are and make the hires you think you want before you get super busy.
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