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Building good relationships
Offer a coffee to artisans, a little appreciated attention to start the day well
Dare to speak out and ask questions
A detail bothers you, finishes to take over? Don't hesitate, say it loud and clear!
Seek advice from a third partyThere comes a time when we can do more. Where we want it to end, where we no longer have the perspective necessary to make the last (good) decisions ... And therein lies the danger! Release the pressure a little too quickly and say amen to everything because we just want to reinvest our apartment (it's crazy what a dishwasher can miss us anyway)! When you hesitate and it becomes difficult to choose, asking for advice from a trusted third party is a good idea. A doubt about the blue of the kitchen walls? The impression that the toilet tiles are not laid correctly? The false ceiling only in the entrance or also in the kitchen? So many questions, jostling in my head and to which I could not find an answer, paralyzed as I was by the fear of not making the right decision. Finally, I asked the advice of my friends for blue, that of my neighbor handyman for the tiles and I listened to the plasterer for the false ceiling ... And everything went well!
Calling a loved one, a good idea to see more clearly If you apply these tips, I promise, you will experience your work much better! Nothing worse than feeling frustrated or feeling like you're not being consulted on important matters… Two-way transparency (from the companies involved and from yourself) is the key to more of serenity. Aaaaah serenity, precisely, we talk about it in the next article in this series… Surviving the work and saving your couple… A whole program!