Have you been curious about getting into commercial design?
In this episode, I’m sitting down with Megan Thompson from Spark Interiors to talk all about her journey to becoming a commercial designer.
She’s sharing what her path to success has looked like and some of the things that helped the most along the way. From graduating during a recession to hustling as a new designer to hiring her own team, she’s covering it all, and boy does she have some wisdom for you.
Even if commercial design isn’t your area of expertise, there’s a lot to be learned from Megan’s story, so you’re not going to want to miss this
Topics We Cover in This Episode:
- The path to becoming a designer
- Learning on the job how to run a business
- How boundaries affect your business
- Adapting during the pandemic
- What goes into commercial design
- Learning to charge your worth
- Hiring help to take things off your plate
- Why you need to be surrounded by the right people
- Using the same skills in your business and personal life
- The value of networking
I’m always grateful for a chance to sit down with my students and talk about their success. Megan has achieved amazing things in her commercial design business and I know it’s only going to keep getting better.
I hope this episode gives you some inspiration if you’re thinking about taking the first step. Sometimes you just have to go for it and find out what happens next.
If you want to find out what the Interior Design Business Academy is all about, click HERE to book a clarity call. This is the perfect way to chat with one of our coaches about where you are in your business and what your next step needs to be to make your design business more profitable and enjoyable.
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Other Episodes You’ll Enjoy:
Episode 21: Goodbye Imposter Syndrome with Guest Thea Stephens
Episode 22: The Systems Strategy
Episode 23: Design the Business You Love
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