Tips For Starting a New Career (After So Many Years in Your Past Career)15 Feb 2016, by Tips From The Designers Tuesday in
“It’s never too late to be what you might have been.” ~George Eliot
This is something we truly believe in. It’s never too late to start over and begin again – but it can be scary. After spending so many years in a past career you’re comfortable. You got to know the ins and outs of whatever it is you were doing – whether it be hospitality, sales, or anything else – and you felt good about knowing what you were doing.
But there was one thing that just wasn’t right – you weren’t doing what you truly wanted to do. Your past career may have been something that you enjoyed doing and it made you happy, but everyone needs to start anew at some point.
If there’s anyone who can relate, it’s our very own Diane Agricola of Agricola Redesign. She left a successful career to start her own redesign firm. Today, Now, an interior redesigner and home staging trainer, she has been in business for more than 16 years and says she’s never been happier or more satisfied in her career.
That’s why she offer a program for those who want to become more involved in the home redesign industry. The Agricola Redesign Training Specialists (ARTS) program uses a hands-on philosophy to provide fundamental knowledge about the process and principles of interior redesign and home staging.
In the ARTS program, students attend a combination of classroom sessions, hands-on application, visual aids, and student interaction. The ultimate goal of the classes is to enable students to build their own redesign and staging company, which is why class size is limited to an exclusive group of only four adults for each session.
Included in the training program is a FREE iPad Air2, which is loaded with apps to make starting and working with clients easier, plus there’s a camera that allows you to start your portfolio while you’re still training! It’s hands-on training in real homes, and you can build your own business doing what you love thanks to Agricola’s ARTS program.
Click here to learn more, or call 513.771.3927 for details.