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I am an interior designer who helps other designer’s build their businesses. I believe designers should support and uplift each other. As an interior designer, I share what has worked for me in running a design business. So take your time and look around. A rising tide lifts all boats, by helping and boosting fellow designers I believe together we can elevate the business of interior design.
My greatest advice is to have the confidence to run your business the way you want to. When you have confidence the rest is so much easier.
You won’t find hand-holding or sugar-coating here. Just straight-forward, candid advice. If we expect more of ourselves, we will raise the standards of our industry.
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You’re adrift in the sea and you find a floating log to hold on to. This is what creating core values can do for your business. If you’re adrift you can grab hold of your values and hold on. Values keep you on course, but if you’ve strayed or have suddenly looked up and realized […]
I think most small business owners skip creating mission and vision statements because they are just too damn busy doing the day-to-day work of running a small business. Who has time to create a mission statement? My mission is just to service my clients and make a living. While that mindset may sustain you for […]
There is a lesson in my course, The Golden Blueprint, that I call Guiding Light. This lesson is done the very first week of the course because it is meant to be just that, a guiding light. I read today that people spend more time planning a vacation than they do their lives. So while most […]
I’m continuing the series on Strategic Planning with creating a business plan. Now, wait, before I lose you, this isn’t going to be a super complicated multi-page plan that no one will ever see. The new business plans are focused and can help you get clear in just a page to what your plan is. […]
Capella Kincheloe has been in interior design for over 10 years. After graduation from the University of Southern California, Capella began working for the art department in the television and film industry. She left Hollywood for Santa Monica working on the homes of celebrities, presidents, and executives. After building her own successful design firm in Atlanta, she returned to her home state of Arizona, fusing her Southern California aesthetic with that of the Southwest. Capella lives in Phoenix with her husband and three rescue dogs.