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Today we welcome Mel Price and Christopher Toddy to the show. Christopher Toddy is the current chair of AIA's Small Firm Exchange committee, and Mel Price is a past chair. On today's episode you'll hear about the 2 workshops that we are partnering…
Today we welcome Ian Motley to the show. Ian is a proposal writing and negotiation expert for the architecture industry. Formerly, he worked for Fosters Partners advising on proposal and negotiation strategies. Now he runs Blue Turtle Consulting wi…
Today I speak with Dan Stine, bestselling author of 12 books including the #1 Revit academic training textbook. In today's episode, you'll discover an interesting career path within the architecture industry. Dan is the BIM Administrator at LHB, a…
Today we welcome back architect Nick Tsontakis to the show. Nick runs a successful residential architectural practice in Scottsdale, Arizona. His impressive work is frequently published in local and national media. In today's episode, you'll discov…
Get the 4-part architect profit map video at http://www.freearchitectgift.com. Today we welcome architect Nick Tsontakis to the show. Nick Tsontakis runs a successful and highly awarded residential architecture practice in Scottsdale, Arizona. In t…
Today's interview is a behind-the-scenes conversation with a firm owner graduate of the Architecture Firm Freedom Formula program I run with Scott Beebe. Scott and I started the Freedom Formula program several years ago because I heard from so many…
Today we welcome Erin Morris to the show. Erin Morris is the president of Erin Morris Architect, a design-focused firm based in Newport Beach, California. In today's episode, you'll discover: The two main things that helped Erin go from overwhelme…
Although they won numerous awards and were doing good work, architect Rodney Robles realized something was missing in his firm. After ignoring the business aspect of his firm for the first 7 years, he immersed himself on how to run a great practice…
Today is an interview with Michelle Fenton, the founder of Khora Architecture based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Michelle is a graduate of the Architecture Firm Freedom Formula program I run with Scott Beebe. In today's episode, you'll disco…
On today's episode, you'll hear an excerpt from the group coaching call I run every week with architecture and design firm owners around the world. In this call, a South-Africa based architect asks how she can use the additional information she has…
In today's episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll get a sneak peek behind the scenes of the Mastermind group I run with Richard Petrie and Eric Bobrow. A Mastermind group is a small group of individuals who meet regularly to brains…
One of the biggest challenges faced by architecture firm owners is that we feel we do everything so well, we have a hard time delegating these things to other people because they won't be able to do it as well as we can. This is fine if you're a so…
When John Sofio told his employer back in 1994 that his goal was to earn "over $400k in a year," his employer laughed. John hit the streets looking for work on his own, which resulted in his first job, remodeling two bathrooms in Los Angeles. Fast-…
In my work with firm owners from around the world, there's one common thread between firms that have a steady, profitable flow of work without doing much outbound marketing and advertising, vs. other firms that struggle with price shopping clients,…
If you're wondering what kind of software to get to manage your projects at an architecture firm - this episode is a must-listen. Today, I speak with Hugh Glazer, who acts as a consulting Chief Financial Office for Architecture, Engineering and Con…
Today I bring you a case study of how 2 firm owners are forging the business of their dreams by working on their business, not just IN their business. Thorsten Deckler and Ann Graupner are the founders of 26'10 Architects, an architecture firm base…
Discover how Julie Canter built a solid base for her new landscape architecture firm. What to learn how she did it? Watch this free training for details: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/freedomwebinar After a decade working at a successful …
In this episode Enoch Sears gives a peek behind the scenes of the A-Team Mastermind coaching group where he helps firm owners grow a profitable and impactful practice. He talks about the struggles of growing continually in life, and the #1 strategy…
What do clients really want? In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast Enoch Sears relates how seeing a transient man in Los Angeles reminded him about what clients really want, and what you should focus on when you're talking to a cu…
Today we speak with the managing partner of HCMA Architects, Darryl Condon. HCMA is an 80 person multidisciplinary architecture firm based out of Vancouver, B.C. In today's episode, Condon reveals how to create a purpose-driven firm. He also reveal…
Today is the second half of my conversation with Darryl Condon, managing partner of HCMA, an architecture firm based in Vancouver, BC. In today's episode, Condon shares how creating a multidisciplinary practice has brought in new opportunities and …
Today we're going to talk about marketing and promotion in architecture. Our guest is Brynne Campbell, co-organizer of POP//CAN//CRIT, an annual panel-based symposium that brings together leading voices in architectural practice, academia and relat…
Today we're going to talk about selling architecture. Our guest is Brynne Campbell, co-organizer of POP//CAN//CRIT, a panel-based symposium that brings together leading voices in architecture practice, academia and related fields within a Canadian …
Today is the second half of my interview with Jesse Cole, the marketing genius who transformed a struggling minor-league baseball team into a team that plays for sold-out crowds all season long. I first heard about Jesse from my friend Scott Beebe,…
Imagine if you could double, triple or even quadruple your word of mouth referrals. What if word about your firm spread so far and wide that people were lining up at your door? And what if you could do that without spending a single dime on adverti…
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Podcast Details
Started
Mar 3rd, 2015
Latest Episode
May 21st, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
191
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes

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