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Ever feel like you’re faking it, as if you’re pretending to be a professional interior designer with her own company?

You’re not alone.

Your confidence dictates how you run your business, the quality of clients you attract and work with, the income you earn, and how you feel about yourself, your worth, and what you’re doing here on this earth.

Meet Wendy.

Wendy went from offering floral arrangements and custom bedding on her website, to major kitchen renovations, knocking down interior walls, and building additions with bigger projects and contracts and better clients. She’s loving being an interior designer today more now than ever… even after 20 years in the business.

Wendy’s business has changed, yes, but she’s changed too.

She’s more confident in telling clients what she feels is best for them and they appreciate that because she knows that that’s really why they’ve hired her – to give them her best insights and recommendations, because she’s the expert!

If you’re ready to make the leap from feeling as if you’re pretending to be the real deal, a designer who embraces your unique talent, who changes the lives of your clients, and who’s paid well for your time and skills – let’s talk.

Click here to apply for a free Clarity Call session <=

We’d love to hear more about your situation, what’s getting in the way of the results you want, and help you map out a way to take action. There’s no pressure on our end because if you decide not to join us after our initial conversation, you’ll still get immense value from it anyway.

Here’s the link to book your free Clarity Session, so we can hear about your business and help you create a path that’s right for you and your business.

P.S. If you knew how to feel more confident about your business, you’d have done it by now. If you didn’t need help, you’d already have the business of your dreams. Book your Clarity Call today – it’s the first step.

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.