I am a solo practitioner. It is common for us to manage multiple projects simultaneously. In fact, many of us could have 5 to 10 projects going on at one given moment. This takes a unique ability to juggle (projects not chainsaws).
Think again -Tell us about a time you made a false assumption about a person or place.
Dear architect, how do you get projects? In some way, they all come from referrals.
Dear client, how do you find an architect? In some way, you get a referral.
It’s not meant to be a sermon or a lecture. I’m just sharing what I’ve been thinking. You’ve heard this before; this is not a new topic, but…you’re going to hear it again. If you want to be good – you have to pay the price.
If you read yesterday’s post, you discovered I am a solo practitioner architect and happy to do so right now. …keep reading
I am a solo practitioner – I chose that after swearing I’d never do it. …keep reading
I need to share some thoughts about the state of green – honestly and freely. …keep reading