Budget retrenchment. 1982.
Another word for layoffs.
I was in that group of layoffs from a rather sweet job on the University of Minnesota, St. Paul campus. I’d been promoted — at a rather young age — and I had a “staff” of one.
Then I didn’t.
Remember the want ads in newspapers?
That’s where I found my entry into what I now know as network marketing.
I joined TransArt Industries, an accessory design company in Atlanta.
Art, color, creativity. Completely my thing.
It was easy; I built a team of others just like me and full fledged interior designers, lighting experts and more.
I had clients that wanted more. So I did all the things to be “legit.” I secured wholesale accounts with businesses that complimented each other.
Today, as I prepared for a B-roll photo shoot for a local consulting firm, I remember all this.
Early in my Interior Accessory Design career all the places to do business (buy the wallpaper, paint,...