When taking the leap of faith and starting my design business, I was shy, timid and really afraid to put my services out there to receive compensation in a monetary form. But after doing so, I realized without taking that risk, I would never be able to say that I do what I love and I love what I do. Sometimes when I’m strolling through Home Goods searching for that perfect rug or accessory or scouring the internet for that perfect sofa, I have to pinch myself to believe that this is actually my job! Don’t get me wrong, it’s not all pillows and pretty artwork, there is a lot of project management, budgeting, organizing and paperwork, but when you LOVE what you’re doing, it just doesn’t feel like work. I don’t mind spending hours upon hours into the late evening to finish up a floor plan on AutoCAD or complete a mood board for an E-Consult client because I really enjoy what I’m doing.
Let me ask you, if you were not afraid to lose anything and the sky was the limit, what would you be doing?
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