Home Stager, I hope by now you’ve recovered from the holiday season. Last month I wrote that a tree crashed into my roof during an ice storm over Christmas. Winter drama continued in January’s “Polar Vortex” when my furnace died in -30 C degree weather, followed shortly thereafter by my oven. As my mother said, when I eventually sell, I can report that my 2007 home has almost everything new.
All this to say, that as a home stager you run your own business and “real life” will sometimes get in the way. Fortunately since I run my staging and training companies from my home office, I make my own schedule and get my work done around whatever else I have going on.
You may have to do this too, and it doesn’t mean your business is “off track”.
In this month’s articles you’ll meet 9 successful home stagers, some of whom also have full-time jobs. You’d never know they were home stagers on “the side” because of the outstanding job they do marketing their home staging businesses. Their clients never need to know.
You’ll also discover where you should never leave your business cards; see a staging project that started a surprise bidding war; and find 2 dates you should set aside in February so that you’ll be ready for the busiest home staging season of the year.
To read the made-for-you February articles Click Here.
Together we can make your dream of doing work you love, and earning a nice income at the same time, come true.
P.S. Watch your inbox on Valentine’s Day for a special gift coming your way 🙂