The Foyr community has other great courses to help you determine your ideal client. Once you know what types of services, we’ll dive into how to price
Choose a service on the basis of what makes the most sense for both how you like to work AND how your ideal clients want to work with you? Choose 3 to start that are the best fit . Think about the Ladder of services - how can a client start at the bottom and move up?
Tip: Have clear simple names, and also include typical terms (like full-service interior design) in your copy so it’s searchable)
Examples: Marie Forleo’s B-School, DDT’s Money Bootcamp
Simple because No one likes the unexpected! If you don't estimate your hours, you will have unhappy clients.
Even if not charging hourly, this number is essential to know if you’re profitable. Track all your hours, even if you’re flat fee! This will help you adjust as you get more projects under your belt.
Essential to be clear on this up front with your clients
Lead with price and you become a commodity. Build a relationship and it’s easier to sell them on your value. As you get busier, price for your entry level service (ie. consultation) as reference point.
The modules wraps the following topics :
Hey there - I'm Lesley Myrick. I’ve been in the interior design industry since 2005 and have run Lesley Myrick Art + Design full-time since 2015. I’ve invested well over $60k of my own hard-earned money in education and training. I’ve also invested about a million hours (probably) in real-life work experience, and making a TON of mistakes figuring out how to run a business. Tune in to my courses on Foyr's learn platform, for actionable takeaways and real-life stories of how I built and have been scaling Lesley Myrick Art + Design. Watch the course, let the questions come in, I along with the Foyr community will help you grow your business. I am SUPER EXCITED to help you get unstuck and build the business of your dreams!
Designer & Entrepreneur
President and Founder
Principal Interior Designer