When did this stop being fun?
Probably around the time you realized you can’t do everything and continue to produce flawless designs.
The non-creative aspects of running your interior design business are taking over your brain and your to-do list.
All you really want to do is design beautiful concepts for your clients, but the other stuff creeps in and it’s overwhelming.
Something has to give.
Our clients always remind me that they rarely teach project management or processes in interior design school.
Why would they?
That’s not what you do.
You conceptualize, design, and create.
But now you have to order, manage, implement, and install, too?
All these things make you time-poor and put a halt to creativity.