In recent years, as prosperity flourishes and people’s material requirements become higher and higher, private gardens present a vibrant scene. Garden designers, as the force of the landscape design industry, are increasingly known and valued.
We all carry the ideal and strive to use our own wisdom to design exquisite works, to show our design ideas, express their design sentiments.
Since the development of modern private gardens in Asia started later than in Europe and America, the rules and regulations in the industry are relatively incomplete.
Faced with the hot and complex gardening market, the designers feel that the ideals are full and the reality is very skinny. They need to improve and strengthen their learning on the road of garden design. Especially the knowledge of oneself, the cultivation in this industry needs to be strengthened.
What is self-cultivation? It refers to the process of self-education and self-modeling of a person in society. It can be said that self-cultivation is a process of lifelong learning and lifelong improvement.
So what should the self-cultivation of a garden designer manifest in?
First of all, garden designers must have a strong source of motivation.
This source of power is manifested in the full love of garden construction and design, and love of nature.
Under the premise of protecting the natural environment, the goal is to create a green, natural, comfortable, and usable garden environment, to engage in garden design with full enthusiasm, and to run through the entire career, and to be proud and glorious as a lifelong career.
Grandma Moses wrote when she was 100 years old: “A young man wrote, saying that she was confused and confused and hesitated to give up a stable job and do what she likes? It is fortunate for a person to find what she likes in a lifetime.
Only those who have their own real interests can live an interesting life and become an interesting person.
When you do something with all your heart and soul regardless of utilitarianism, the joy and sense of accomplishment when you invest is the greatest reward and reward. “
Secondly, garden designers must have good morals. People must have ethics in any field of society. A good garden designer must first have ethics in life when communicating with the owners, and then show the professional ethics of the industry.
An ethical person in life is kind-hearted, upright, worthy of the trust by others, and a person with good professional ethics. In business interactions and negotiations, he is trustworthy and keeps promises. The ethics of interpersonal interaction is the foundation, and there is no foundation. There can be no tall buildings.