EP 214 | Just Say Yes with Jameelah Davis and Ebonee Clark
March 23, 2021
BOD™ members, Jameelah and Ebonee share how divine (or was it design) intervention brought them together to form their interior design company. By saying yes, they took big risks and made it work.
In this episode we learn:
- inspect items as they are delivered in order to avoid getting stuck with damaged product
- be courageous and take those projects that are a little out of reach, you’ll learn as you go
- don’t be afraid to ask for help from your trades, you don’t have to know everything
- when you get out of process, the universe will give you a butt kicking
- don’t skip steps, they are meant to be worked in order
- CASE method: consultation, anchor, shell, enhancements.
Jameelah says: Don’t look for outside inspiration. Meditate and come up with your own creative ideas. They’ll be different and more interesting than ones you copy.
Ebonee says: Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Going it alone is exhausting. Find someone who knows whatever information you lack, and you’ll get to the next level more quickly.
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