3 years ago, architect Eric Reinholdt started his residential architecture firm on a remote island off the coast of Maine. He faced the challenge of building a successful architecture firm, and winning the kind of projects he wants to work on while also living in a remote location.
Inspired by people like Pat Flynn and Tim Ferriss’ book, the 4-hour Work Week, Eric knew that he wanted to build a business that wasn’t 100% reliant on the number of hours he worked in a day.
Today, you get an in-depth look at how he’s built a practice that combines passive income, products, and service offerings.
This information and more you can find in his new book, Architect + Entrepreneur Volume II, A How-to Guide for Innovating Practice: Tactics, Models, and Case Studies in Passive Income.
In today’s show you’ll discover:
– How architect Eric Reinholdt gets multiple income streams to supplement his architecture firm income by selling products
– Eric’s exact step-by-step morning routine that helps him maximize his productivity and make a massive impact every day
– The interesting insight Eric discovered when he began selling his floor plans online
You’ll also discover how to approach your architecture practice strategically, use social media effectively, and much, much more.
Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt.