The currently accepted interior design business model sets you up for burnout, feast/famine cycles, and sometimes even failure.
If you are an interior designer that always has a full pipeline, never experiencing gaps between ideal clients, making your dream salary, and working a reasonable amount of time each week (let’s use the standard 40 hour work week as the litmus test)—then you are an exception to this broken model.
However, the landscape of design is changing so quickly that you won’t be immune for long. And, you can easily add elements to your business plan that will ensure your business is future-ready.
What I’m talking about next is for all interior designers, creatives, and all businesses who are ready to emerge from the feast/famine cycle to reclaim their time and their financial freedom.