Ep #216: Dirty Little Secrets of Interior Design Part 2

The Design You Podcast | Dirty Little Secrets of Interior Design Part 2

A few years ago, I did an episode on The Dirty Little Secrets of the Interior Design Biz where I spoke about the smoke and mirrors of the interior design industry, business owners not making much money while constantly struggling to put out fires and wear all the hats. And friends, almost nothing has changed or been remedied since that episode!

While I’m seeing more individuals in the design industry making progress, we aren’t really seeing a lot of progress in the industry as a whole. So I wanted to come back and do a second part to this episode because when enough people start changing the way they run their businesses, we’ll start to see different results.

Listen in this week as I share some more dirty little secrets from the interior design industry and some of the bad habits I’ve seen designers revert to since the pandemic. I’m encouraging you to get real about where these dirty little secrets are showing up for you and showing you how to stop running your business from a place of fear, scarcity, and people-pleasing.

Are you ready to fall totally in love with your offers and confidently sell them, make more money, stop feeling burned out and regain control of your business? I’m teaching you everything you need to know in From Burnout to Back in Charge, a FREE webinar on Monday, May 23rd at 12 pm CT, 1 pm ET. Click here for more information and to register, I cannot wait to see you there friend!

What You'll Learn From This Episode

  • Why it is your responsibility to hold firm boundaries and educate clients on how long it takes to undertake projects and how much it really costs.
  • Some of the things we do in our businesses that perpetuate hustle culture and prevent financial success.
  • The problem with introducing cheaper offers to obtain clients.
  • One thing you should never do in your business that you have complete control over.
  • What burnout is and how it might be showing up in your business.
  • The reason most people create a second offer in their businesses.
  • The benefits of creating a one-to-many product.
  • Some tweaks you may want to make to your offer that don’t include lowering your price or introducing a second revenue stream.

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I help creative women (and a few really progressive dudes) design profit-generating, soul-fulfilling businesses that let them own their schedule, upgrade their life and feel more alive than ever!

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