EP 107 | Lessons from my First Interior Design Client with Kimberley Seldon
About this Episode
Although we don’t always learn the lessons when they first present themselves, in hindsight, they were there. Kimberley discusses her very first design client and what she learned (or could have learned) back in 1991.
In this episode we learn:
- you determine your value and clients will oblige
- clients value your expertise when you do
- clients care about two things and you should care about those same things
- professional hours look professional
- the boss makes the rules
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