What is it like to be the boss? (I’m a solo practitioner, so I have no one to boss around). I’m not making any accusations today, nor am I judging anyone’s work performance. Today is about walking in the shoes of the boss. Continue reading “you’re not the boss of me”
It’s imperative to start with the fact that I love my job.
As long as I have written this blog, I have clearly stated I find it a privilege to earn a living doing something I truly enjoy and something I have only wanted to do. Continue reading “necessary evils of practice”
Q: As a solo-practitioner architect, how do consultants play a part in your projects? Continue reading “small projects :: consultants”
Does your architect go to school? If you have interviewed architects, did you ask them if they stay current with ongoing education? Why is it important that architects stay in school? Continue reading “good to go back to school”
As part of my ongoing series of posts about being a small practitioner this one has to do with details. Continue reading “sweat the small stuff”
It seems that new construction makes people nervous when it looks like new construction. Continue reading “hot dogs and chicken nuggets”