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182: Build Your Dream Firm: Business Tips for Architects with Karen Compton

Today is the second part of my interview with Karen Compton. Karen Compton is the principal of A3K Consulting, a firm focused on business consulting for small and medium sized AEC firms.

Go here to watch the first half of our interview on Small Firm Profit Secrets: Why Firms Don’t Earn More Money (And How To Fix It)

In today's incredible interview you'll discover fundamental business tips and strategies for building your dream architecture firm.

You'll also discover:

  • The #1 marketing strategy for small architecture firms
  • The #1 networking killer (never do this at a networking event)
  • The 3 steps to effective networking
  • The key to being a master networker (even if you are an introvert)
  • How to market your architecture firm (even if you are an introvert)
  • One business building strategy you should ALWAYS be doing
  • How to hire the best team even if you can't match the salaries of larger firms
  • The 2 essential weekly meetings you must have (even if you work alone)
  • How to avoid burnout and overwhelm in your architecture firm
  • The #1 key to building the architecture firm (and life) of your dreams
  • The 3 critical parts of a mission-based architecture firm

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Enoch Sears
 

Enoch Sears AIA is co-founder of the Design Firm Accelerator, a program that helps architects grow their income and impact through smart marketing. He’s famous for helping architects build a business that gives them more freedom and profit. He’s the founder of the Architect Business Institute and co-founder of the Architect Marketing Institute. He also hosts the #1 rated interview podcast for architects, the Business of Architecture Show where prominent guests like M. Arthur Gensler, Jr. and Thom Mayne share tips and strategies for success in architecture.

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