I often hear from students who aren’t ready to dive in and commit to the full Staging Diva Home Staging Training Program and prefer to take the courses one by one.
While there are 5 courses to complete to be considered a Staging Diva Graduate, you don’t have to take them in order since each one stands on it’s own.
Taking the program package saves $270 compared to ordering the five courses and 2 checklists individually, but if you prefer to spread out the costs, here are some tips to deciding what course to take first.
If you’ve never worked for yourself and you’d like to learn entrepreneurial survival skills and more about the services you can offer:
If you have a lead on a project but have no idea what to charge or how to make a good first impression with a client:
If you’ve already got a client lined up but you don’t know what to do when you get to their house:
If you already have a staging business but you’re not getting enough clients, you’re wasting time doing estimates or you’ve realized that flyers and ads don’t work:
If you believe being a stager means that you have to paint, clean or move furniture, you’ll want to learn how to delegate all that stuff.
Debra Gould, President Six Elements Inc. Creator of The Staging Diva® Home Staging Training Program
Debra Gould’s mission is to inspire others to follow their dreams and use their innate talents to also earn a living. She has trained over 4000 women and men on five continents how to take their talent for decorating and turn it into a successful home staging business. Learn more about the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.