Kimberley Kay Interiors: A New Designer & Her 1st 5 Months in Business
What is your vision for your design business? How do you manage to balance work and life? Are you managing it, or has the business taken over your life? When you’re in the middle of the day-to-day of running a business, it can be easy to forget why you started in the first place. Whether it is creative freedom, income to support your family, or a dream that has finally taken flight, it is so important to keep the values you hold dear close at hand. This podcast is all about giving you tools that you can use to launch your design business. Today, I am thrilled to bring to you Kim Worswick, who has been in business for just five short months and is already operating close to her values. What’s her secret? This podcast!
Kimberley Kay Interiors is Kim’s solo firm and boy has it taken off! Kim has a strong Instagram presence, where she films these great short videos that are zany, fun and full of personality and great design. Kim’s business is based on referrals so that she can ensure that she is only taking the right amount of projects at a time. Work-Life Balance is so important to Kim, so she has set up her business around that value. Today, we will share how Kim launched her business, sticks to her values, and overcomes mistakes and challenges as her business has grown. It is encouraging to hear how this podcast has changed Kim’s life, and I would love to hear from you too! Give this episode a listen, and then reach out to me to let me know the ways our guests have transformed your design business.
More from this episode:
- Kim talks about her crazy, zany Instagram videos.
- Take a little inspiration from Kim who used tools from the podcast to launch her business.
- Kim operates off of her 5 Key Values.
- Work-Life Balance is the basis for Kim’s business model.
- Using Interior Design as an act of community service.
- Growing a business only to the point where it fits within your lifestyle.
- Working underneath a lead designer was beneficial, but creatively stifling.
- Why a bookkeeper should be your first hire.
- Learning from mistakes and celebrating triumphs.
- Gaining customer loyalty by doing whatever it takes to get the design right.