Working with Your BFF: Bad News For Interior Designers?
Your relationships are a key to your success as an interior designer. Your existing relationships can lead to new clients, partners, and suppliers via referrals.
But beware of mixing business with pleasure! Problems sometimes arise when your friend becomes a client… or your client becomes a friend.
This is because interior design is your profession, and not just a hobby or something you do on the side.
So how can working with a “friend” end up being bad news for you as an interior designer?
After all, one of your friends may indeed be your ideal client… and working with them can be an intimate and special experience.
But it can also be challenging to set the right boundaries between your professional relationship and your friendship.
Have you ever run into problems with not billing enough hours or being otherwise underpaid on a particular project, just because you were working with a friend?
At the end of the day, you’re a professional that deserves to be paid.
If you’re suffering from this predicament, then check out this quick video and book a Breakthrough Call so we can develop a strategy that’s tailored just for you.
You don’t have to miss out on getting paid what you deserve… or lose any friends in the process!