Becoming a Home Stager took Me Out of My Quiet Shell, Gave Me Confidence

Becoming a Home Stager Took Me Out of My Shell, Gave Me Confidence

home stager pamela butler“Becoming a home stager has changed me as an individual. It has taken me out of the quiet shell I have been in as a medical laboratory assistant. Finishing the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program really prompted me on the pathway of creating and setting goals of my own.”

“Since graduating from the Staging Diva Program, I’ve been invited to a couple of small business events and I’m making a lot of contacts. I’m feeling confident for my first staging job.”

~ Pamela Butler, Studio B Home Staging (GA)

A Home Stager From Unrelated Career

It’s very common for a home stager to come from a completely unrelated career, as Pamela has from being a medical laboratory assistant.

> You can read about another home stager coming from an unrelated career here.

You don’t even need official interior design training as long as you have an eye for decor.

Think about whether people have been complimenting you for years on your talent, or asking your advice about what to do with their homes because they’ve loved what you did with yours.

Think about whether a real estate agent has ever asking you, “Who staged your home?”

Think about whether decorating has always been a passion of yours. Chances are that’s because you’ve got some innate talent.

Do you spend hours watching HGTV and wondering if you could do that?

Perhaps you were born to be a home stager 🙂

Staging Diva Staging Savvy QuizIf you’re wondering if you have the eye of a home stager, I hope you’ll check out this FREE HOME STAGER QUIZ!

In it you’ll find 10 before photos from home staging expert Debra Gould, The Staging Diva’s own clients.

You can identify what you’d change in each situation and then compare your answers to hers and compare with the opinions of other home stagers.

> Click here to take the FREE quiz and find out if you have the eye of a home stager.