By Fidela Kahler. interior. Published at Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 - 14:48:41 PM.
Say no: You have to be willing to say no to some projects. If you are at a point in your career where you are successful. then perhaps it is time to say no to the smaller jobs. making room for the bigger. more noteworthy projects. After all. the bigger projects are the ones that help make your name well-known. and of course boost your income.
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.
Did you know that interior designers have a rare brain type called Innovators+Influencers? This article in Entrepeneur Magazine says that only 15% of the population is capable of making creative connections such as the ones required in the creative jobs of interior designers.While the magazine was using this brain type to explain the thought processes of creative entrepreneurs. we can easily apply it to interior designers.
Are we right when it comes to the way creatives and interior designers think? If you are an interior designer. please write to us and let us know if you relate to these modes of thought; do you think your creative brain is perhaps blocking some of your income potential?Whether you’re just starting out in the interior design world or you’ve been here for longer than you can remember. there’s one thing we can all agree on: