the path to success
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I stole this off a friends facebook page and I don’t know where she got it from. This sums up so much of what I do. As I gain experience I should be able to make my process look more … Continue reading →
I stole this off a friends facebook page and I don’t know where she got it from.
This sums up so much of what I do. As I gain experience I should be able to make my process look more and more like the first sketch right? Nope – as I gain experience I see more options and opportunities on my way toward success so the process looks more like the second diagram but for different reasons than, say ten years ago. I occasionally stumble when I come to clients with a piece of paper or a model outlining a simple and clean solution that gives no indication of all the work it took to get there. All the things I tried and rejected, wrong turns, right turns, left turns and my turns, all the prior versions and sketches, all the time looking for just the right inspiration in books, magazines and on the web – (Google images is a great tool, as is Houzz.com) I find if I don’t include clients in the process more, all they see is the success part and have a hard time understanding why they must pay for the time it took to get there.