By Camila Yarbro. interior. Published at Sunday, March 25th, 2018 - 07:53:30 AM.
We’re sure if you give them a fair shot you’ll easily see what a difference they can make.The 3/3 vertical ruleThe newest addition to the bunch. the 3/3 vertical rule comes to us courtesy of designer Mark McCauley. who outlined the concept in his book. Color Therapy at Home: Real-Life Solutions for Adding Color to Your Life.
Our brain rules the way we think and do things. so if an interior designer thinks with this Innovator+Influencer brain type. then it naturally has some self-sabotaging qualitiesMulti-Taskers Make LessSo look at the above list again. How on earth could taking on too many projects block your income? The more jobs the more money. right?
It is a way of thinking that is driven by the need to blaze a trail. discover. explore and gain recognition. It is also a thought-processs that fears lack of recognition and respect. We think most interior designers will relate to this drive to blaze a trail; the deep want of finding and designing new modern approaches and innovations to home design.
This results in a lack of structure and an overworked mind.Underestimate and over promise: Do you underestimate your own skills. beating yourself up inside despite your talents? Or perhaps you underestimate the time required for jobs? Do you over promise to your clients. regretting it later? These are all natural flaws thanks to the workings of a creative. innovative brain.