It seems like everyone is switching from hourly fees to flat fees. Is it as easy as it sounds? Listen to Business Design member Jamie Ivey, who recently made the switch.
KIMBERLEY SELDON | Kimberley has been teaching the strategies you find here for more than 13 years. In this episode, Cheryl Horne, BOD’s Director of Operations asks ….
One of our Annual Members recently opened up on live coaching call with Kimberley on the podcast. Following that coaching session we received the best note ever! Enza Ricco, you made our day. ~ ~ ~ Dear Kimberley and Cheryl, I’m sending you this note to tell you that I had a consultation meeting whereby […]
The ASID Florida North Chapter, in the spirit of continuing their respect, friendship and professionalism to all, would like to extend an Open Invitation to all ASID members from all chapters to their annual Chapter Weekend, Trade Show and Design Excellence Awards. ASID Florida North would like this Open Invitation to include all design students, […]
I love scope creep. What? Have I finally lost it? Nope. I just refuse to see this common occurrence as solely negative. Sure, if you don’t bill for scope creep it will suck the life out of you. That’s your bad. But also true, when a client adds tasks to your to do list it […]
KIMBERLEY SELDON | Terrible, awful, bad and inferior. These are the adjectives that best describe the three most popular methods …
A Well-Designed Business® podcast is known for providing actionable tips and advice for running an interior design business successfully. They pride themselves on providing you with proven systems, rather than offering theories and discussing what may or may not work in your business. Their dedication to practical strategies is a driving force behind their podcast and was one […]
If you missed the latest Power Talk Friday on LuAnn Nigara’s A Well-Design Business Podcast series, here’s your chance to catch up. Kimberley discusses the 5 Flat Fee Demons and how to overcome them. Click below to listen.
With all this talk about Hourly Fees verses Flat Fees, we’ve been getting a lot of questions and comments about Double Dipping? What do you think?