EP 112 | What Not To Do with Layers and Layers
May 13, 2019
About this Episode
Our suppliers and trusted resource providers can offer a wealth of insight into how to run our businesses more efficiently and profitably. Seeking their advice can save you from making costly mistakes and position you to succeed.
In this episode we learn:
- present the whole project (renovation and fixtures and furniture) to clients at one time
- give clients an opportunity to know luxury—don’t deprive them
- hold your opinion, even if a client is balking at the suggestion
- systems, period
- rely on specialists to know all the things you don’t (and can’t possibly) know
- you don’t have to know everything; you just have to know who to ask
Yvonne says, “Get to know your A-Team.” Sharon says, “Don’t be afraid to admit what you are not good at, then look for the pros to fill in those gaps.”
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