EP 184 | Design It, Build It with David Supple
August 17, 2020
About this Episode
When we graduate from a design or architect program and start working, it’s pretty likely our education is only just beginning. Architect, design build expert, David Supple says the insecurity we feel in our first jobs is similar to how you might feel as a chef, if you had never cooked, but had to create recipes. Becoming an expert takes time. Surround yourself with people who have the skills you don’t, and you can speed up the process and serve the clients.
In this episode we learn:
- education doesn’t end with formal programming
- preparation before the design process is critical to success
- someone has to take the lead on the project
- expertise is built over time
- a cohesive team of experts is the best way to satisfy clients
- create a love it and loathe it list prior to hiring
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