A few blog posts
- Client Management
- Communication Skills
- Corporate Environments
- Inspirational Thoughts
- Leadership and Management Skills
- Personal Improvement
- Pricing and Proposals
- Process Management
- Resource Recommendations
- Staff Management
In a file where I keep of inspirational articles that I have collected over the years, I came across this insightful article from Print Magazine’s October 2010 issue entitled “Devilish Ruses. Psychological tricks. Red Herrings and Poker Faces. Designer reveals how they get clients to say ‘Yes’” by Peter Mendelsund and Peter Terizan.
One part of my job that I absolutely love is that my clients often expose me to best business practices. These best practices enrich my own consultation and allow me to grow and stay relevant within a continuously evolving business climate.
If you are having difficulty getting clients to agree to a final price, here are three strategies that may help you when negotiating and presenting your fees.
Recently, I have been evaluating my business and personal life in 2012, reviewing and recognizing my challenges and achievements in 2012, so that I can make improvements in 2013.
To kickoff the new year I was inspired to develop a list of the top 10 resolutions (plus one more for good measure) I recommend for principals or managers of creative teams.