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The Design Influence with Albie Knows is a show dedicated to changing the conversation and creating impact, on and offline. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

Latest Episodes

Episode 021: What I Learned After 6 Months of Podcasting

In the Fall of 2018 I had the crazy idea of rebranding The E-Design Experience and creating The Design Influence podcast. By the end of October, I’d secured nearly a dozen guests for the show and shortly after began batch recording the first season of solo episodes, guest conversations, and Q & A sessions. While I had a general idea of what I wanted for the show and had sought some counsel from more seasoned podcasters, I really and truly had no idea what I’d gotten myself into. Sound familiar? So what have I learned after 6 months, 21 episodes, 9 guests, and countless sleepless nights of podcasting? Lesson #1 — podcasting is hard as hell Lesson #2 — batching saves lives…and it save this show Lesson #3 — things aren’t always as people make them seem Lesson #4 — perfection is truly paralyzing Lesson #5 — always have a back up that is familiar and reliable Lesson #6 — the women in this industry are phenomenal Lesson #7 — I hate the sound of my own voice but I love talking to you Lesson #8 — consistency is personal and mental I don’t say any of this to tell you to run out and start a podcast — because I do believe it isn’t for everyone! — but I do believe that we all have passions and dreams and big ideas that deserve to be explored. BET ON YOURSELF... Start the blog. Buy the course. Record the podcast. Write the book. Take the trip. Whatever it is that’ll take your dream from dream to reality, bet on yourself and make it happen. I did. And I have a lifetime of lessons with zero regrets to show for it. While this may be the final episode of the season, this isn’t the end of the road for us — not even close! This summer The Influence Directory will be opening up with two new courses. For more information and enrollment you can head over to www.thedesigninfluence.com/directory. There, you’ll also be able to see what else is coming plus make course suggestions! At the end of every guest episode, I asked them what’s been influencing them lately. Here’s my answer to that question — you. Every email, DM, request, comment, and review influences that next step in my own designpreneur journey. Thank you for being my influencers. — Episode Resources On The Blog: 10 Lessons I Learned Hosting A Conference Episode 005: Creating Content & Getting Paid With Affiliate Marketing and Sponsored Content Coming This Summer In The Influence Directory: •Pre-Enrollment Now Open: Affiliate Marketing Decoded • Pre-Enrollment Now Open: Unlocking Presentation Tools --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

23 MINJUN 11
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Episode 021: What I Learned After 6 Months of Podcasting

Q & Albie: The Business of Batching with Heather Hess

If you caught the last episode then you know I hung out with fellow wife, mama, e-designer, and content creator, Heather Hess. We had a great conversation all around the other side of e-design and working with third party platforms — and trust me when I say, if you’re someone who has been considering e-design as a service or business model, this is definitely an episode you’ll want to tune into. In addition to how Heather secured her first clients via Etsy, we also talked about how she built a loyal community on Instagram, how she secured a position with SwatchPop as their Editorial Director, and her content creation plans for the future, which started with her batching her entire 2019 content strategy! I knew Heather would have to come back on the show to talk all things batching with me! If you listened to Episode 2 of the show where I talked all about single tasking and thought purging for better productivity, then you know batching is my jam! So this Q & Albie sesh is all about just that. This week we’re answering: When preparing to batch work, what do you do first? Do I set up wording first or graphics? I have a lot that I want to talk about — I’m multipassionate. So how I do I prioritize so I can plan my batching? Batching is something I would love to do but I don’t have the time. How do I create a schedule for batching? Does batching really help with your productivity or are you spending the same amount of time on tasks, but just doing them all together? What are the tools that you use and love to help with batching? How can I batch client work? How far is too far in advanced when you’re batching if things are always changing? My problem with batching is that I get going, I get distracted. I’ll start working on one thing, but if it needs a missing piece, I tend to that and get derailed in another rabbit hole. How can I truly stay focused and in the moment and not get pulled away? Are there any batching hacks that you can recommend? Do you find that technology makes batching easier or old-fashioned pen and paper planning? — RESOURCES Batching Hack: Setting Up Canned Emails in Gmail Our Favorite Systems, Apps, and More — FIND HEATHER ONLINE: Website | Instagram | SwatchPop As a mother to 4 young kids, she quickly realized that the design of a home greatly impacts how people function inside. Heather believes a home should reflect the personality of those inside, so she loves that her job is to help make that happen. E-Design, specifically, became her main passion because it provides her clients with an affordable interior design experience from the comfort of their home, while also giving her the opportunity to stay home with her kids while working. Like many of us, Heather has done freelance e-design on many 3rd party platforms but also serves her own clients through her website. — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

39 MINJUN 7
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Q & Albie: The Business of Batching with Heather Hess

Episode 020: The Other Side of E-Design and Third Party Platforms with Heather Hess

It’s no secret that I love chatting with fellow e-designers, but it’s not something I’ve ever done on the show, so today’s episode — the last guest episode of the season — is with my girl Heather Hess and we have a lot to talk about. Heather’s passion for design started in her own home. As a mother to 4 young kids, she quickly realized that the design of a home greatly impacts how people function inside. Heather believes a home should reflect the personality of those inside, so she loves that her job is to help make that happen. E-Design, specifically, became her main passion because it provides her clients with an affordable interior design experience from the comfort of their home, while also giving her the opportunity to stay home with her kids while working. Heather has also leveraged her talents to be the Editorial Director for SwatchPop, focusing on their social media and blog content, allowing her to create content that people crave, look forward to and feel a part of. In addition to talking about all things e-design — from securing your own clients to working on a platform like SwatchPop — we get into a few other fun topics like batching and blogging…aka some of our fav things about being entrepreneurs! Heather has created a loyal online community and thriving career, all as an e-designer by leaning into her strengths and passions. — FIND HEATHER ONLINE: Website | Instagram | SwatchPop — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. The Influence Directory is an index of courses designed to help you maximize your expertise and influence. From software to strategy, tools to tactics, I have pooled my knowledge and resources to help you learn, connect, and thrive on your designpreneur journey. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

51 MINJUN 4
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Episode 020: The Other Side of E-Design and Third Party Platforms with Heather Hess

Minisode 002: Why You're Really Struggling Online (And What To Do About It)

Way back, while I was recording the premiere episode on blogging and whether or not your blog is working for you or against you, it hit me — yes, we’re designers, but where many of you struggle isn’t where you think you struggle. Anyone making money with an online business — not brick and mortar or in-person — has to be rocking some other facets of the online world. I’m talking everyone from the online educator to the beauty guru. What they understand is the need to show up online. Not in all the places but in the places they do best. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

10 MINMAY 24
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Minisode 002: Why You're Really Struggling Online (And What To Do About It)

Episode 019: How I Secure Interviews and Collaborations With A Small Following

Over the past year, I have been able to secure interviews and sponsored collaborations, all on the heels of a yearlong social media sabbatical. I share this with you because while I am immensely proud this, what I am most proud of is the circumstances under which I hit these milestones — with a small number of followers/subscribers across all of my social channels. We often hear about the pressure to have high numbers as social proof, but there is something to be said for the micro-micro-MICRO-influencer who, as the saying goes, is small but mighty! So how did I do it? On the blog, I shared the techniques that I’ll be mentioning on today’s show. Whether you have 1,000 or 1,000,000 followers & subscribers, there are a few key things you should be doing to boost your visibility and brand attractiveness, and that’s what we’re getting into today. — Resources: • Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To) • On The Blog: How I Secured Brand Col...

19 MINMAY 21
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Episode 019: How I Secure Interviews and Collaborations With A Small Following

Episode 018: From Side Hustle to Self Employed with Amanda Amato

In the short amount of time I’ve been on my designpreneur journey, I can say more than half of the designers I’ve met are, or started as, “side hustlers” — working a whole other job full-time while pursuing a design business. That transition from "side hustle" to self-employed isn’t just quitting a job & starting a new one — it’s as much a financial & mental transition, as it is a physical one. So I am excited for you guys to hear today’s conversation with one of my fav people, Amanda Amato. Last year Amanda made the decision to resign from her full time "day job" to pursue AMA Designs full-time. Today we’re digging into what it was like balancing the two roles, how she came to that ultimate decision to leave her full time job, and what the transition has been like. I am confident, even if you’re not a side hustler, that you’re gonna get so much value from our conversation, so let’s dive in! — Find Amanda Online: Website | Instagram | Facebook — THIS EPISODE IS MADE P...

46 MINMAY 17
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Episode 018: From Side Hustle to Self Employed with Amanda Amato

Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To)

One of the tracks of last summer's conference — The Exponential Designpreneur — focused exclusively on the growth of designers, beyond design. With that a lot of the content was crafted around other avenues of income & visibility, such as personal branding & establishing yourself as an influencer within (and outside of) the design community. Translation: being an influencer. In this episode, I’m going to talk about what it can look like being not only a designer in the industry, but an influencer in the industry. — Resources: • Episode 001: Making Your Blog Work For You Instead of Against You • On The Blog: Lessons From The Fyre Festival Documentaries • In The Shop: Social Media Planning Calendar Template — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. The Influence Directory is an index of courses designed to help you maximize your expertise and influence. From software to strategy, tools to tactics, I have pooled my knowledge and resources to help you learn, co...

23 MINMAY 14
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Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To)

Q & Albie: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

If you tuned in last week then this minisode is gonna be a real treat because we are back with Veronica Solomon for a Q & A on #allthethings when it comes to being the CEO in your business. — Last Week: • paying yourself first • understanding business principles • diversifying services • embracing shiny object syndrome • selling in your business model — This week we’re answering: • I am just getting started out & everyone says to niche down. How do I identify my niche? (2:06) • As a solopreneur, how do you diversify my services without a team? I'm only one person. (3:19) • I am starting out and struggling with consistently securing clients. What have been your most successful avenues for new projects to keep your pipeline healthy & consistent? (4:21) • I just left my full-time job to pursue my side hustle as now my only career. What are the first steps to legitimizing my business? (6:37) • I'm going to my first trade show soon & I want to make sure I represent my busine...

21 MINMAY 10
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Q & Albie: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Episode 016: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Veronica Solomon has been creating beautiful interiors for the last 10 years, and knows a thing or two about the ups and downs in the business. The landscape of interior design has changed dramatically over the years, and with all the changes, she has learned how to package her services, market her business, and create an iron-clad process that clients see value in, and are willing to pay top dollar for. These processes and systems have grown her business exponentially. And not only did clients take notice, but so do publications, industry organizations, vendors and fellow designers. When I asked Veronica what her super power was, off air, she said “client management, closing the deal, and diversifying services” — three areas that most creatives struggle with, especially in the beginning. But as I have continued to watch Veronica move within her business and the industry, it hit me — her real power is in being the CEO of her business. With or without a team, Veronica has adopted...

55 MINMAY 3
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Episode 016: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Episode 015: Getting Clear On Goals & Choosing To Be Excellent with LuAnn Nigara

LuAnn Nigara is the co-owner of Window Works in Livingston, NJ, the author of The Making of A Well-Designed Business and the engaging host of the 5-star rated podcast A Well-Designed Business. The podcast, A Well-Designed Business is the definitive resource for interior design professionals interested in operating a profitable and productive business. Known for asking questions that get to the heart of the subject, her show is down to earth and actionable. In our conversation we talk about how hard it is to run a systemized, profitable business, noting that it is not something done lightly but with commitment and intention, the rewards are far more reaching than financial. — “Decide to be excellent because make no mistake about it, excellence is a decision” — LUANN NIGARA, THE MAKING OF A WELL-DESIGNED BUSINESS This episode is jam packed with gems but some of the biggest takeaways are: • Some are attempted and some are accomplished…and that’s okay. • The basic formula to suc...

62 MINAPR 19
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Episode 015: Getting Clear On Goals & Choosing To Be Excellent with LuAnn Nigara

Latest Episodes

Episode 021: What I Learned After 6 Months of Podcasting

In the Fall of 2018 I had the crazy idea of rebranding The E-Design Experience and creating The Design Influence podcast. By the end of October, I’d secured nearly a dozen guests for the show and shortly after began batch recording the first season of solo episodes, guest conversations, and Q & A sessions. While I had a general idea of what I wanted for the show and had sought some counsel from more seasoned podcasters, I really and truly had no idea what I’d gotten myself into. Sound familiar? So what have I learned after 6 months, 21 episodes, 9 guests, and countless sleepless nights of podcasting? Lesson #1 — podcasting is hard as hell Lesson #2 — batching saves lives…and it save this show Lesson #3 — things aren’t always as people make them seem Lesson #4 — perfection is truly paralyzing Lesson #5 — always have a back up that is familiar and reliable Lesson #6 — the women in this industry are phenomenal Lesson #7 — I hate the sound of my own voice but I love talking to you Lesson #8 — consistency is personal and mental I don’t say any of this to tell you to run out and start a podcast — because I do believe it isn’t for everyone! — but I do believe that we all have passions and dreams and big ideas that deserve to be explored. BET ON YOURSELF... Start the blog. Buy the course. Record the podcast. Write the book. Take the trip. Whatever it is that’ll take your dream from dream to reality, bet on yourself and make it happen. I did. And I have a lifetime of lessons with zero regrets to show for it. While this may be the final episode of the season, this isn’t the end of the road for us — not even close! This summer The Influence Directory will be opening up with two new courses. For more information and enrollment you can head over to www.thedesigninfluence.com/directory. There, you’ll also be able to see what else is coming plus make course suggestions! At the end of every guest episode, I asked them what’s been influencing them lately. Here’s my answer to that question — you. Every email, DM, request, comment, and review influences that next step in my own designpreneur journey. Thank you for being my influencers. — Episode Resources On The Blog: 10 Lessons I Learned Hosting A Conference Episode 005: Creating Content & Getting Paid With Affiliate Marketing and Sponsored Content Coming This Summer In The Influence Directory: •Pre-Enrollment Now Open: Affiliate Marketing Decoded • Pre-Enrollment Now Open: Unlocking Presentation Tools --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

23 MINJUN 11
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Episode 021: What I Learned After 6 Months of Podcasting

Q & Albie: The Business of Batching with Heather Hess

If you caught the last episode then you know I hung out with fellow wife, mama, e-designer, and content creator, Heather Hess. We had a great conversation all around the other side of e-design and working with third party platforms — and trust me when I say, if you’re someone who has been considering e-design as a service or business model, this is definitely an episode you’ll want to tune into. In addition to how Heather secured her first clients via Etsy, we also talked about how she built a loyal community on Instagram, how she secured a position with SwatchPop as their Editorial Director, and her content creation plans for the future, which started with her batching her entire 2019 content strategy! I knew Heather would have to come back on the show to talk all things batching with me! If you listened to Episode 2 of the show where I talked all about single tasking and thought purging for better productivity, then you know batching is my jam! So this Q & Albie sesh is all about just that. This week we’re answering: When preparing to batch work, what do you do first? Do I set up wording first or graphics? I have a lot that I want to talk about — I’m multipassionate. So how I do I prioritize so I can plan my batching? Batching is something I would love to do but I don’t have the time. How do I create a schedule for batching? Does batching really help with your productivity or are you spending the same amount of time on tasks, but just doing them all together? What are the tools that you use and love to help with batching? How can I batch client work? How far is too far in advanced when you’re batching if things are always changing? My problem with batching is that I get going, I get distracted. I’ll start working on one thing, but if it needs a missing piece, I tend to that and get derailed in another rabbit hole. How can I truly stay focused and in the moment and not get pulled away? Are there any batching hacks that you can recommend? Do you find that technology makes batching easier or old-fashioned pen and paper planning? — RESOURCES Batching Hack: Setting Up Canned Emails in Gmail Our Favorite Systems, Apps, and More — FIND HEATHER ONLINE: Website | Instagram | SwatchPop As a mother to 4 young kids, she quickly realized that the design of a home greatly impacts how people function inside. Heather believes a home should reflect the personality of those inside, so she loves that her job is to help make that happen. E-Design, specifically, became her main passion because it provides her clients with an affordable interior design experience from the comfort of their home, while also giving her the opportunity to stay home with her kids while working. Like many of us, Heather has done freelance e-design on many 3rd party platforms but also serves her own clients through her website. — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

39 MINJUN 7
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Q & Albie: The Business of Batching with Heather Hess

Episode 020: The Other Side of E-Design and Third Party Platforms with Heather Hess

It’s no secret that I love chatting with fellow e-designers, but it’s not something I’ve ever done on the show, so today’s episode — the last guest episode of the season — is with my girl Heather Hess and we have a lot to talk about. Heather’s passion for design started in her own home. As a mother to 4 young kids, she quickly realized that the design of a home greatly impacts how people function inside. Heather believes a home should reflect the personality of those inside, so she loves that her job is to help make that happen. E-Design, specifically, became her main passion because it provides her clients with an affordable interior design experience from the comfort of their home, while also giving her the opportunity to stay home with her kids while working. Heather has also leveraged her talents to be the Editorial Director for SwatchPop, focusing on their social media and blog content, allowing her to create content that people crave, look forward to and feel a part of. In addition to talking about all things e-design — from securing your own clients to working on a platform like SwatchPop — we get into a few other fun topics like batching and blogging…aka some of our fav things about being entrepreneurs! Heather has created a loyal online community and thriving career, all as an e-designer by leaning into her strengths and passions. — FIND HEATHER ONLINE: Website | Instagram | SwatchPop — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. The Influence Directory is an index of courses designed to help you maximize your expertise and influence. From software to strategy, tools to tactics, I have pooled my knowledge and resources to help you learn, connect, and thrive on your designpreneur journey. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

51 MINJUN 4
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Episode 020: The Other Side of E-Design and Third Party Platforms with Heather Hess

Minisode 002: Why You're Really Struggling Online (And What To Do About It)

Way back, while I was recording the premiere episode on blogging and whether or not your blog is working for you or against you, it hit me — yes, we’re designers, but where many of you struggle isn’t where you think you struggle. Anyone making money with an online business — not brick and mortar or in-person — has to be rocking some other facets of the online world. I’m talking everyone from the online educator to the beauty guru. What they understand is the need to show up online. Not in all the places but in the places they do best. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedesigninfluence/support

10 MINMAY 24
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Minisode 002: Why You're Really Struggling Online (And What To Do About It)

Episode 019: How I Secure Interviews and Collaborations With A Small Following

Over the past year, I have been able to secure interviews and sponsored collaborations, all on the heels of a yearlong social media sabbatical. I share this with you because while I am immensely proud this, what I am most proud of is the circumstances under which I hit these milestones — with a small number of followers/subscribers across all of my social channels. We often hear about the pressure to have high numbers as social proof, but there is something to be said for the micro-micro-MICRO-influencer who, as the saying goes, is small but mighty! So how did I do it? On the blog, I shared the techniques that I’ll be mentioning on today’s show. Whether you have 1,000 or 1,000,000 followers & subscribers, there are a few key things you should be doing to boost your visibility and brand attractiveness, and that’s what we’re getting into today. — Resources: • Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To) • On The Blog: How I Secured Brand Col...

19 MINMAY 21
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Episode 019: How I Secure Interviews and Collaborations With A Small Following

Episode 018: From Side Hustle to Self Employed with Amanda Amato

In the short amount of time I’ve been on my designpreneur journey, I can say more than half of the designers I’ve met are, or started as, “side hustlers” — working a whole other job full-time while pursuing a design business. That transition from "side hustle" to self-employed isn’t just quitting a job & starting a new one — it’s as much a financial & mental transition, as it is a physical one. So I am excited for you guys to hear today’s conversation with one of my fav people, Amanda Amato. Last year Amanda made the decision to resign from her full time "day job" to pursue AMA Designs full-time. Today we’re digging into what it was like balancing the two roles, how she came to that ultimate decision to leave her full time job, and what the transition has been like. I am confident, even if you’re not a side hustler, that you’re gonna get so much value from our conversation, so let’s dive in! — Find Amanda Online: Website | Instagram | Facebook — THIS EPISODE IS MADE P...

46 MINMAY 17
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Episode 018: From Side Hustle to Self Employed with Amanda Amato

Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To)

One of the tracks of last summer's conference — The Exponential Designpreneur — focused exclusively on the growth of designers, beyond design. With that a lot of the content was crafted around other avenues of income & visibility, such as personal branding & establishing yourself as an influencer within (and outside of) the design community. Translation: being an influencer. In this episode, I’m going to talk about what it can look like being not only a designer in the industry, but an influencer in the industry. — Resources: • Episode 001: Making Your Blog Work For You Instead of Against You • On The Blog: Lessons From The Fyre Festival Documentaries • In The Shop: Social Media Planning Calendar Template — THIS EPISODE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE INFLUENCE DIRECTORY. The Influence Directory is an index of courses designed to help you maximize your expertise and influence. From software to strategy, tools to tactics, I have pooled my knowledge and resources to help you learn, co...

23 MINMAY 14
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Episode 017: The Power of Positioning Yourself As An Influencer (If You Want To)

Q & Albie: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

If you tuned in last week then this minisode is gonna be a real treat because we are back with Veronica Solomon for a Q & A on #allthethings when it comes to being the CEO in your business. — Last Week: • paying yourself first • understanding business principles • diversifying services • embracing shiny object syndrome • selling in your business model — This week we’re answering: • I am just getting started out & everyone says to niche down. How do I identify my niche? (2:06) • As a solopreneur, how do you diversify my services without a team? I'm only one person. (3:19) • I am starting out and struggling with consistently securing clients. What have been your most successful avenues for new projects to keep your pipeline healthy & consistent? (4:21) • I just left my full-time job to pursue my side hustle as now my only career. What are the first steps to legitimizing my business? (6:37) • I'm going to my first trade show soon & I want to make sure I represent my busine...

21 MINMAY 10
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Q & Albie: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Episode 016: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Veronica Solomon has been creating beautiful interiors for the last 10 years, and knows a thing or two about the ups and downs in the business. The landscape of interior design has changed dramatically over the years, and with all the changes, she has learned how to package her services, market her business, and create an iron-clad process that clients see value in, and are willing to pay top dollar for. These processes and systems have grown her business exponentially. And not only did clients take notice, but so do publications, industry organizations, vendors and fellow designers. When I asked Veronica what her super power was, off air, she said “client management, closing the deal, and diversifying services” — three areas that most creatives struggle with, especially in the beginning. But as I have continued to watch Veronica move within her business and the industry, it hit me — her real power is in being the CEO of her business. With or without a team, Veronica has adopted...

55 MINMAY 3
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Episode 016: You're A CEO So Act Like It with Veronica Solomon

Episode 015: Getting Clear On Goals & Choosing To Be Excellent with LuAnn Nigara

LuAnn Nigara is the co-owner of Window Works in Livingston, NJ, the author of The Making of A Well-Designed Business and the engaging host of the 5-star rated podcast A Well-Designed Business. The podcast, A Well-Designed Business is the definitive resource for interior design professionals interested in operating a profitable and productive business. Known for asking questions that get to the heart of the subject, her show is down to earth and actionable. In our conversation we talk about how hard it is to run a systemized, profitable business, noting that it is not something done lightly but with commitment and intention, the rewards are far more reaching than financial. — “Decide to be excellent because make no mistake about it, excellence is a decision” — LUANN NIGARA, THE MAKING OF A WELL-DESIGNED BUSINESS This episode is jam packed with gems but some of the biggest takeaways are: • Some are attempted and some are accomplished…and that’s okay. • The basic formula to suc...

62 MINAPR 19
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Episode 015: Getting Clear On Goals & Choosing To Be Excellent with LuAnn Nigara