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Connection and support are of the basic needs we all need in life to survive, and you and your business are no exception.

But our industry isn’t known for being open.

On the contrary, it can sometimes feel like a snooty sorority that not only keeps their insider information to themselves but also prefer to keep you where you are… instead of reaching your full potential as an interior designer and business owner. But it’s not like that everywhere for interior designers.

Debbie is a high-end residential and soft commercial interior designer based in Maryland, and we sat down together recently to discuss how she eliminated one of the most common roadblocks as a designer: isolation.

Debbie is an important part of the IDBA tribe, where sharing, support, celebration, and understanding are the pillars of what makes this community of interior designers so special.

Belonging to a community of strong, encouraging, and understanding designers frees you to trust your instincts, share your current challenges, and get the support you need to take action and stay strong on your journey as a business owner.

If becoming a member of a heart-centered, high-functioning. and self-aware community of interior designers resonates with you – let’s please talk.

Your invitation to have a complimentary Clarity Call is still available and you can book your call here <=

You don’t have to do this alone, we’re here to help you thrive as an interior designer, business owner, and as the person, you were meant to be on this earth.

P.S. The Clarity Call is a no-pressure call, where you’ll get clarity for taking the next best step in your business, with or without becoming a coaching member. Please take this opportunity to grow and book your Clarity Call today.

Author: Terri

Terri breaks down the walls of secrecy by sharing her 30 years of professional interior design and remodeling experience to help interior designers work smarter, not harder, and get paid what they’re really worth.

She provides private and group coaching to interior designers who want both a financially sustainable business and a life outside of work.

Terri teaches wealth consciousness and business systems that simplify and streamline their business processes.

Terri received her NCIDQ certification in 1993, and is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and Interior Design Society (IDS). She also received the 2000 ASID Interior Design Award of Excellence and holds an Arizona Contractor’s License.