We’re just heading into high school exams in our house and there’s been much talk of going away to college. I’m clearly not ready!
Other than being an entrepreneur, parenting has been my entire focus since my 30s and I’m in my 50s now. What will I do when all my evenings and weekends are my own? Probably expand the focus of my creative energy.
I’m rediscovering that creativity expands to fill the time or attention you give to it.
Early in my journey as a home stager I was amazed at how many ideas could come from the same basic design principles simply because every house has it’s own character. This month, I discuss the notion that homes actually “speak” and help us find the beauty in what might currently be hidden in an ugly, disorganized and cluttered “costume.”
New home stagers often hold themselves back from a lack of confidence. It becomes a vicious circle. The less confident you feel, the less likely you are to get hired for a home staging project because your potential clients pick up on your insecurity. To break out of this cycle, I share 5 confidence-boosting steps for home stagers this month. You’ll also learn how to find a captive audience of real estate agents and start to build a business relationship with them, plus sourcing ideas for staging a resale home and you’ll meet 5 home stagers.
Please keep your opinions and story ideas coming! My goal with this blog is to share inspiring ideas and tips that will help you in your staging business— whether you’re totally new at this or you’ve been a home stager for a while.
P.S. If you’re a Staging Diva Student or Graduate and you’d like me to write a free article about you, all you have to do is submit your info at this link. Why not take advantage of this opportunity to increase awareness for your staging business?