EP 235 | This is Messed Up with Darcie Janzen & Beth Walther
August 17, 2021
Sometimes it’s the unplanned designer-to-designer conversations that yield the most interesting results. Listen in to a few snippets of conversation with BOD™ members, Darcie Janzen and Beth Walther.
In this episode we learn:
- you don’t have to eat a price increase
- transparent money practices make it easier to handle surprises
- give the bad information to the client straight, don’t sugar coat it
- process will save you every time
All suffering comes from attachment. I try to live a life of peace, joy, love and happiness. Whenever I feel I’m holding on to something too hard or even a specific outcome and it is not working out, I let it go. I visualize letting it go. It’s amazing how when you let things (or outcomes) it opens up space for something much better to come in.
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