Managing large B2B teams in Lithuanian telecommunications company BITE, I made one discovery I want to share.
By setting the same goals and specifying how exactly to speak and when to contact the customer, the results of sales managers differed radically.
We then helped people identify the time of day when they themselves are most productive and can best manage attention. The results have greatly improved.
We then allowed the scripts to be disregarded. And the results shot in to the sky.
Conclusion: Smart time management and reasonable freedom is the fastest way to success.
Be brave and flexible.
More drawers! Drawers over shelves! 👩🏻🔧
✔It will gather less dust
✔Look aesthetically better
Another very important moment you have to pay attention to designing your wardrobe (if you're doing it without a designer)- FITTINGS (rails, hinges, door opening systems, corner cabinets solutions, etc.)!!
Ве active when choosing those and dont allow your furniture manufacturers to decide the details for you! 🙅🏻♀️
Speaking from my practice they tend to imagine things in the way beneficial to them...🤷🏻♀️
Good news you can always trust system development storage to your designer in order to avoid mistakes! 💁🏻♀️
After all, all the comfort is hidden in the details!
At this particular site, customers entrusted this stage to the furniture workers, and I am again saving the situation and adjusting it together with the client, rectifying their mistakes 🧚🏻♀️
ВЕCAUSE Designer + Customer =Team
In order to execute the best solutions for my projects I often wonder around spaces with similar solutions implemented. These references are valuable assets to my work and a great example showing how to do or not to
For example, let's take this gorgeous bathroom design at Dunetton hotel 🤓
Grey colour is a neutral color or achromatic color, meaning literally that it is a color "without color," because it can be composed of black and white. However, the are 2 shades of grey - 𝕨𝕒𝕣𝕞 and 𝕔𝕠𝕠𝕝 - most important factor to consider when implementing this colour in different climates
Yellow, orange, and red create a "warm grey". Green, blue, and violet create a "cool grey".When no color is added, the color is "neutral grey", "achromatic grey", or simply "grey"
In this case, the grey is mixed with blue, which is obviously creating a cooler effect and making you feel like freezing in the shower, especially during the colder weather. Despite the heated floor and hot water, I couldn't bear to stand in the bathroom for few more minutes after taking the shower...
The cooler grey made me feel like freezing and I rushed to warm bed not being able to enjoy the magnificence of design
The idea is that it is highly important to consider the climate we live in and apply temperature through colours so that we would feel comfortable
However, in many cases when designs are already accomplished it would be quite bold and ineffective to do refurbishing once again. Instead, we can use the light and complementary colours to bring the certain feeling to the room each time the climate changes from warm to cool.
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