Thank you for signing up for my Staging Diva® Jumpstart course: 10 Tips for a Successful Home Staging Business.

Welcome to the Staging Diva community. I’m so excited to begin this journey with you. Since 2005 I’ve helped over 30,000 people start and grow their own home staging business. I look forward to helping you too— even if you’re still wondering if this is the right job for you.

Over the next couple of weeks, you’ll receive a new tip from me every couple of days. By the end of this email course, you’ll be able to answer questions like:

• How much can I make from a home staging consultation?

• What should I do to prepare for my first consultation?

• How do I build a portfolio before I’ve had my first project?

• And many more…

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

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Over the years I’ve gotten hundreds of emails from people asking if this is the right business for them.

My answer is always the same: if you have an eye for decorating, then home staging is hands-down the easiest way to make m0ney doing what you love.

The best part is that it doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing, because you can easily start a staging business alongside other work or family obligations.

Let me tell you a quick story about how I got into staging. Back in 2002, I was a single mother raising my 7-year-old with no friends or family nearby to help with childcare.

I needed to be able to maximize what I earned while my daughter was at school, and not have to work evenings or weekends when she was home.

As is the case for many of my students, starting a home staging business completely changed my life.

During a two-hour home staging consultation I was able to use all my creative talents and also walk out with a bigger check than many people earn in an entire week working full-time.

The best part was that I had the freedom to choose to set my client appointments no earlier than 10AM to give me plenty of time to drop my daughter off at school and miss rush hour traffic.

I could also schedule days off for vacations whenever I wanted to.

The flexibility that staging gives you also makes it possible to start a home staging business without quitting your existing job.

For a great example of this, click here to learn more about Staging Diva Graduate Holly Battaglia. She started her staging business while working as a nurse and parenting four children aged 7-14.

Home staging also requires very little startup investment when you follow my business model.

Even though I’ve personally staged hundreds of homes— from tiny apartments to big mansions— I’ve never bought my own furniture for my staging business. In fact, I don’t even own any accent pillows (aside from the ones I use in my own home).

Since you don’t need your own inventory and you can literally run your business from your kitchen table following the business model I’ve created, you can start earning a profit in this business from your very first client or two.

I explain how to do this in more detail in Course 2 of the Staging Diva® Home Staging Business Training Program.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. Did you know that you can read tons of articles and learn about home staging jobs in my Home Staging Business Report?

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The knowledge and expertise of a home stager is extremely valuable to a home seller because you’re helping them sell their home faster and at a higher price than they would have without your help.

So regardless of how much you’ve earned in past careers, as a home stager your billable rates can reflect the significant value you bring to your customers.

And when you have your own business, you don’t need anyone else’s permission to charge what you’re worth.

Earning a six-figure income as a stager is entirely possible when you’re committed to building your business and you don’t approach it as a hobby.

In case you’re thinking that every home staging project will be time consuming, it might help to know that many home sellers will hire you just for your staging advice, and then do the rest of the work themselves.

When you are charging properly for these home staging consultations (between $250 and $800), it’s possible to earn at least $1,000 a week just doing appointments like this of 2 to 4 hours each.

And when you follow my business model, you also get paid as soon as your consultation is complete. There’s no need to chase payments.

Don’t worry, I go into much more detail about how exactly you’re going to make this all happen in Courses 2 and 3 of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.

Some of your staging clients will want additional help after your first appointment. That’s at least $1,000 more for you when they want help implementing your staging recommendations. This can climb to more than $5,000 depending on the needs of the property, and the cost of real estate in your area.

And guess what, it doesn’t stop there.

When you follow the secrets I reveal in Course 5 of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program, you’ll also be earning side income from recommending painters, handymen, and cleaners, in addition to commissions from furniture rental companies and others.

As a home stager who built my own income up to the point where I was making up to $10,000/month (and watching so many of my students do it too over the years), I know that it’s possible to build a successful business, and I lay out the complete business model for you to follow step-by-step in my 5-course training program.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. Staging Diva Grad Stacy Goade reveals her business results in this story.

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Whenever I tell people I’m a home stager, most will say, “oh you must do a lot of work with real estate agents.” That’s not really surprising because it’s the most obvious assumption.

And, since most home staging courses are taught by people who have never had a successful staging business like I have, they teach their students to focus on agents— simply because they don’t know any better.

In fact, 90% of home stagers chase the same group of real estate agents, often with unsatisfying results. I don’t want you to fall into this same trap.

There are actually 4 key “target markets” for home stagers and Realtors represent only one of these.

Here are the 4 groups that you’ll want to target in your marketing efforts:

  • Home sellers
  • Real estate agents
  • The media
  • Builders and renovators

So don’t “put all your eggs in one basket,” especially when there is so much opportunity beyond Realtors. Interestingly, as awareness for home staging grows because of articles and tv shows, more and more home sellers hire a stager even before they’ve listed with an agent.

Spend some time looking at each of the target markets I listed above, and think about how you could tell these people about your home staging business. For example, here’s an article I wrote with 5 tips to get media attention for your staging business.

If you need more help, I spend 2 hours just talking about marketing and how to attract each of these four groups, what messages to use, and how to reach them in Course 4 of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.

By the way, in my 5-course program, you’ll even learn how to get home sellers coming to you asking for your services. There will be no need to cold call anyone or run around doing f’ree estimates when you follow the step-by-step business model laid out in my program.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. Staging Diva Grad Susan Atwell shares how she got 25 projects from one builder here.

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In Tip 2 you learned how lucrative a home staging consultation can be. In fact, they’ve been the bread and butter of my staging business ever since I became a stager in 2002.

It’s only natural to be worried about doing your first one. I know I was!

I kept imagining them kicking me out and telling me I had no idea what I was talking about. That’s never happened to me, and I’ve never heard of it happening to any of my students either.

The truth is, our clients have no idea how to make their home look better. That’s why they’ve hired us.

One way to approach your first home staging consultation with more confidence is to feel prepared, to know what to bring and how you’re going to handle the appointment.

Consider and plan for the following:

  • What to wear -> You want to look stylish and be comfortable. You’re meeting someone in their home, so think of “smart casual.” I generally add some style to a plain top and slacks with a colorful scarf or jewelry. You won’t need any special wardrobe to be a successful home stager 🙂
  • What items to bring -> Measuring tape, notebook, camera, color swatches, invoice book and method of collecting payment.
  • How will you greet the client and put them at ease?
  • How will you make your recommendations so they aren’t offended?
  • What process will you follow during the meeting?
  • Do you have a checklist of items to look for as you evaluate the interior and exterior of the home?
  • Do you know how to conclude the appointment and pave the way for future work?

This is just a sampling of the things you need to take into account as you prepare for a consultation.

The Staging Diva Home Staging Consultation Checklist with Room-by-Room Client Planning Forms dives deeper into all the points I’ve just made and gives you everything you must know to conduct a thorough home staging consultation.

It’s included automatically as part of Course 3 (“Taking the Mystery Out of Home Staging Consultations”) inside the complete Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

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Many new or aspiring home stagers worry that they don’t have the physical strength required to be a successful home stager.

They haven’t met my oldest graduate, 76-year-old Jean Smith in Florida who had her first two clients within weeks of completing the Staging Diva Program.

She was thrilled to be able to find a way to use her creativity to help others, while adding to her retirement savings and having new projects to look forward to.

It’s important to remember that although there are many services that fall within the realm of home staging, it doesn’t mean you have to do them all yourself.

We are not glorified house cleaners, packers or furniture movers.

As a home stager, I prefer to think of myself as the “creative visionary” who knows what needs to be done, and then finds others to do the tasks I don’t want to do myself.

I may pick the colors, but I don’t swing the paintbrush. I may recommend a thorough house cleaning, but I don’t grab the mop! the most physically strenuous thing I do is hang a new shower curtain or move accessories around. And even that can be delegated to others under your creative supervision.

As I mentioned in Tip 2, you can actually make money on all these extra services without hiring employees or doing the work yourself. That’s what I talk about (and more) in Course 5, “Over 30 More Ways to Make Money in Home Staging.”

In my 5-course program, you’ll learn what you need to know to start your staging business and gain more confidence as you listen to all my stories of what it’s really like being a stager.

You’ll appreciate following the step-by-step business model I’ve prepared, which will save you months (if not years) of trial and error trying to figure it all out on your own.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. You can read more about 76-year-old Staging Diva Grad Jean Smith here.

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Tip 6: Choosing Color and Furnishings

by debra on June 8, 2018

Perhaps you’re feeling insecure about choosing color and furnishings for a home. If you’re like me (and most Staging Diva Grads), you may not have interior design training, and that’s okay.

As long as you know more than your clients, you can add value.

If I were staging that first client’s house I did back in 2003, I would do it differently today. That doesn’t mean that what I did all those years ago was wrong. It’s just that now I would do it better because I have more experience.

Yet, my first client was still thrilled with how I transformed their home and how quickly it sold above the asking price.

Besides, there is never one single right answer for every room. Ten home stagers would each do it a bit differently.

Honestly, the biggest key to getting past your fear enough to work with your first client, is to remember that you have a natural talent for envisioning how to improve a room. You can see things that they can’t (otherwise they wouldn’t be living the way they are).

Much of the time you’ll be working with what a client already has in news ways, figuring out which pieces should go to offsite storage and how the rest can be rearranged.

That’s one of the reasons home staging is so creative. You never know what “puzzle pieces” you have to work with until you get into your client’s home.

As you probably know, painting a room is the easiest, cheapest and quickest way to transform it.

As a home stager with a registered business, you’ll be able to approach paint companies to request your own designer’s kit which typically includes over 2,000 colors grouped into fan decks and organized by collection.

When you first receive their kit, it can be intimidating. With so many colors to think about, some stagers find themselves wondering, “Where do I start?”

That’s why after years of using the kit and staging hundreds of homes, I’ve come up with my favorite “go to” staging colors. I also grouped these 80+ colors into palettes to make it easier to know what groups could be used to paint an entire home.

To save you a bunch of time, I’ve put all this and more into the Staging Diva Ultimate Color Guide: The Easy Way to Pick Color for Home Staging Projects.

When do you recommend color?

I always wait to give my color recommendations until the end of the home staging consultation because it’s much easier than having to mentally switch back and forth between talking about furniture placement and color choices.

I put away my tape measure and get out my fan decks and go room to room, focusing only on what colors to use.

For staging purposes, I generally use a maximum of 4 or 5, even in a large home, because the same color will look slightly different in rooms of different sizes and with different lighting.

It’s also faster and cheaper for your clients to paint with fewer colors since the painter won’t have to keep cleaning brushes and trays and can more quickly jump from room to room.

How do you know what to suggest?

As with your choice of furnishings and where to put everything, you’ll start to realize that when you’re in a home long enough, your intuition will speak to you about what that particular house “needs”.

I don’t have a total vision the instant I walk into a room. In some, I have to think and look around for awhile before it comes to me.

That’s one of the many reasons I begin every consultation with a walk through the entire home before I go back again room by room to make my recommendations.

If you’re feeling a bit of “stage fright” please remember that every home stager has to stage their first house sometime. That’s how you get to do your second house, and your third, and on it goes.

What you do instinctively isn’t obvious to your clients.

Embrace your talent and present your suggestions with confidence, even when deep down you’re second-guessing your own abilities. You will undoubtedly leave any home better than you first found it, and ultimately that’s what they’re paying you for.

In the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program you’ll also learn how to turn those first staging projects into future work for the same client. Imagine how fun it will be to help them choose paint colors and where to put everything in the new home they’re moving into.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. You might enjoy this article about how Monica’s color consultation turned into a paid shopping trip and decorating project.

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Many home stagers think that running around from property to property providing estimates is normal, but I see it as a huge waste of gas and time.

This practice (which is the most common pitfall that stagers fall into) leads to burnout and frustration as you’ll learn in this email.

These stagers don’t know any better because most courses are taught by people who have never been successful home stagers themselves, so they don’t know any better either.

They teach their students that when someone calls and says, “I’m thinking about having my home staged, how much does it cost?”, that the correct response is, “I’m happy to come over and give you an estimate, when is convenient?”

Here’s what happens in the real world when you do this . . .

Once you arrive at their home, you’re bombarded with questions like, “What color should we paint this room? Is my dining room table too big for the space? How can I make the kitchen look better without renovating?”

And on it goes.

You really can’t blame the home seller. After all, they called you because they were wondering all these things. Now that you’re there, of course they’ll ask these valid questions.

So what would you do? Would you say, “I’m sorry, I’m just here to do an estimate, I’ll answer all these questions after you hire me.”

I know I wouldn’t have the nerve to say that. I’d answer their questions.

And here’s the thing. As soon as you provide the answers they’re looking for, you’ve actually done an unpaid home staging consultation.

When you agree to go over to do an estimate, at least 90% of the time, you’ll actually end up doing a free home staging consultation, which is why I call this the “free estimate trap.”

Most of these home sellers will never hire you because you’ve already answered all their most burning questions. They’ll take your advice and simply do the work themselves.

That’s why I teach all Staging Diva students to take an entirely different approach. We never offer to go over and do a free estimate.

In Tip 2 I shared how much you can make from home staging consultations. As long as you’re getting paid whenever you’re at a client’s home, it doesn’t matter if they do the rest of the work themselves based on what you’ve said.

You’ve already been paid for the knowledge you have and your ability to answer their questions.

Friend, I don’t want you to give up on your home staging dreams because you get burned out running around doing estimates for people who will never hire you. That’s why I felt it was so important for you to be aware of this practice.

I’ve never given f’ree estimates, and I grew my staging business in a city where there have always been dozens of home stagers who do.

Once I figured out my business formula, I was making up to $10,000 a month within my 2nd year of business. All the while watching my “competitors” fall by the wayside and give up because people weren’t hiring them (in large part because of the reasons I’ve just described).

Wondering how I do it?

I turn a home seller into a paying customer in a single phone call, and you can too. This guide contains the exact words I use when speaking to home sellers for the first time.

If you want to learn all aspects of how to turn your decorating talent into a home staging and redesign business, I hope you’ll also consider my 5-course program. It will answer every question you have, and even the ones you haven’t thought of.

Plus my step-by-step business formula will save you the pain of wasted time and effort because you don’t know the right way to approach things.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

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Tip 8: How to start your portfolio

by debra on June 6, 2018

The best way to show potential clients what you can do for them is your home staging portfolio. Everyone loves a good makeover story and your before and after shots will get potential clients excited about what you can do for them too.

A word of caution about portfolios though: The worst thing you can do is copy other home stagers’ images (you’d be surprised how many people think they’ll get away with this). This mistake is followed closely by using stock images to represent your own work.

What if a potential client has already seen these photos somewhere else? Or what if they start asking you questions about that project and you have to make something up, or admit you didn’t actually do the staging.

Yikes! Once you’ve lost your credibility, it’s very hard to get it back.

Now, I know you’re thinking, “But how can I get a portfolio together when I’m just starting out and I have no clients?”​​​​​

That’s the exact challenge all of us face at the beginning. Just like my students, I built my entire staging business, starting with before and after photos of my own house.

Gradually, as I got new projects I started replacing my original shots with ones I had taken at my clients’ homes.

All of us start out this way, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

In fact, you can build a portfolio in a single weekend when you put your mind to it.

For example, think about how much you can transform a bathroom with reduced clutter, a nicer shower curtain and matching towels.

Or, take a few photos of your current living room (tidy it up first, add some flowers and perhaps additional accessories). This will be your “after” photo. Then move the furniture around to a less ideal set up, remove the accessories and take your “before” shot.

If you think this is too contrived, I want you to realize that most people (who have no decorating talent) live in surprisingly badly arranged homes. Your home, even when it’s messy, probably looks better than most of your clients because they really have no sense of style.

If you want to know my secrets to creating a portfolio that will “wow” everyone who looks at it (even when you’re just starting out), check out the Staging Diva Ultimate Portfolio Guide: Winning Clients with the Perfect Home Staging Portfolio.

A complete home staging portfolio actually goes beyond just your “before” and “after” shots. Here’s what it should also contain:

  • Your personal profile answering why you’re the right person to hire
  • Articles about the benefits of staging
  • Testimonials

This guide will let you follow the steps I learned through painful trial and error. I wasted a bunch of time, but you won’t have to when you follow my instructions for each and every part of your portfolio.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

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Tip 9: Marketing on a Shoestring

by debra on June 4, 2018

Clients can’t hire you unless they’re aware of your services. You might be the most talented stager, but without marketing no one will know how to find you.

This is one of the reasons many stagers struggle after taking home staging courses that only teach them about color wheels and where to put the furniture.

Success in home staging is all about how to run a profitable business, and marketing is a cornerstone of that.

So how do you go about marketing yourself, especially when you want to do it on a shoestring?

That was certainly my situation when I started my own staging business as a single mom. I needed to “make a splash” and get noticed, yet I had no budget for advertising.

Fortunately because of my years in marketing, I knew better than to waste funds on newspaper ads and door-to-door flyers (techniques used by many stagers who don’t know any better).

Here’s why those approaches don’t work

Prospective clients have to see your name 7-10 times before they even notice you because of the overload of information and ads coming at them all day.

That’s why unless you can afford to buy ads on a regular basis, a one-time investment is not going to get you many customers.

And a flyer in their mailbox?

Virtually all the people who get it will send it straight to the garbage or recycling bin. Statistically speaking, you’d have to distribute 1000 flyers for even one person to keep it and call you.

I’ve written many articles about marketing in the Home Staging Business Report. One of my favorites is about a Staging Diva Grad (and former member of the US Air Force) who started her business while working full-time and raising her kids. (You’ll find a link to her story in the PS at the bottom of this message.)

She hosted a personal tour for neighbors after staging her own home, a creative and no cost way to get exposure in her area.

One of the ways I got clients early on was answering decorating questions at a local Mom’s Group meeting. Another, was convincing a local realtor to feature me in her own advertising. I also donated a home staging consultation to a silent auction for the local school.

These efforts cost nothing, gave me tons of exposure, and helped position me as a staging expert— even when I was brand new in my business.

Using my marketing expertise, I also gained a lot of media attention in magazines, newspapers and even HGTV. This really got my name out there in a bigger way than I ever could have done on my own.

Staging Diva Grads have copied these techniques and had great success. I’ve seen them in magazine articles and on TV too.

Here’s another thing to consider.

You can bypass that 7 to 10 rule I mentioned earlier, if your marketing message is in front of people at the precise time they’re looking to hire a stager.

(It’s kind of like how you don’t really notice makes and models of cars on the road until you’re ready to buy one.)

Imagine someone is tossing and turning at night worried about how to get their house ready for sale. They go online and search “Home staging .”

Would your staging business come up in their search results?

You can build your own website using services like SquareSpace or WIX, but having a website isn’t enough.

You have to also “optimize” your website for search engines. This means making a website that not only appeals to your human customers, but Google’s robots too.

One of the easiest ways to get found by Google (without any technical expertise) is to have your web presence on an already established website.

That way you don’t need to start from scratch.

One example is the the Staging Diva Directory of Home Stagers, which all Staging Diva Graduates have the opportunity to join. When you search for “directory of home stagers” on Google, my graduate directory is at the top of the first page.

Being part of the Staging Diva Directory is a great alternative to building your own costly website, as it gives you a professional web presence complete with all the important portfolio elements I discussed in the Tip 8 email you received a few days ago.

Course 4 of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program delves deeper into all things marketing, including tailoring your marketing message, reaching your 4 key target audiences, marketing on the Internet and more.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. Read this story about how Staging Diva Grad Kasia McDaniel shocked her neighbors.

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Here’s what most companies don’t want you to know. The home staging industry is not regulated, which means there isn’t a governing body that issues “certifications”, “accreditations” or any other official credential.

I’ve been a home stager since 2002 and teaching students since 2005. I have always been dead set against the practice of offering fake credentials or preying on your fear of not being seen as a legitimate home stager.

The “accreditations” and “certifications” you see offered were simply invented by these companies as a marketing gimmick. So in your search for home staging training, please don’t get caught up in the credentials you’ll receive, thinking these will be some guarantee of success.

Your primary focus should be on the credibility of the trainer, the reputation of the company, and the skills you will learn.

Do you think the program you are considering will help you be more successful because of what they are teaching? Have they given you any opportunity to sample the quality of what they offer?

You should look for staging courses that are taught by someone who has successfully grown their own staging business.

If a person has only taught, and has never actually run the business, they are teaching you unproven techniques.

Worse yet, there are many trainers who started teaching because they couldn’t make a go of it as home stagers.

Ask yourself a few questions.

Is it a reputable company?

Are there lots of student testimonials available for you to view, and do they seem real? If there are only initials, no photos, and there’s no way to check them out, that’s a red flag.

Beware of fake media appearances

Has the company or trainer been mentioned by the media, indicating that they are a recognized expert?

Beware of a group of media logos with the “as seen on” heading and NO evidence that they’ve actually been featured.

Sadly, there are a couple of major companies using this misleading technique.

Learn more about Staging Diva in the media.

You should want to learn from a leader in the field, not someone who just decided out of the blue to offer training and make you their guinea pig.

It’s also not a good idea to take a program that will spend most of the time teaching about the design aspect of staging.

There really are only so many ways you can arrange a living room, the challenge is making a living doing it.

I’ve had plenty of students take my program after taking those other staging courses (some have even taught them).

They come to Staging Diva because they’re totally frustrated because they still don’t know how to make money as a home stager.

When you’re investigating courses (if your intention goes beyond doing this a hobby), you should be most interested in whether they’ll teach you how to get your business started and how to grow it into a successful enterprise.

Within two years of starting my home staging company, Six Elements Inc., I was making up to $10,000 a month in fees. Because of my experience and long track record as a stager, I share proven ways to grow a staging business, so that you can be successful too.

Now you may be thinking, but I still want a certificate to prove I took a course.

That’s OK, I understand that desire. Beyond the real business knowledge I have to teach you, I will provide a certificate by mail and a grad badge to use in your marketing materials. And these are just as official as anything you’ll get anywhere else.

The difference here is I’m not pretending this is something it’s not. Plus, I teach you how to have confidence and credibility as a home stager in your own right, without feeling like you need the Staging Diva name to prop you up.

What To Do Next

Friend, the truth is you can call yourself a professional home stager without taking anyone’s courses.​​​​​​

The question is, do you know what to do to launch your staging business and get customers? Will you know what to charge them and how to get paid?

While we’ve covered a lot of ground together over the past few weeks, I have so much left to teach you to fast forward your success.

I would be honored if you’d let me show you what I’ve learned over all these years of running a staging business and teaching thousands of students.

The Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program will give you everything you need to turn your talent into a creatively satisfying and profitable business.

You’ll literally have a step-by-step blueprint to follow so you save time and energy and avoid costly mistakes.

Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

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My 3 Step Formula

by debra on June 1, 2018

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to roll from one success to another, while others are stuck in a rut, year after year?

The winning formula is pretty basic:

1. Find people who are successful at what you’re trying to do.
2. Learn what they can teach you about how they succeeded.
3. Take action and do what they did.

Here’s the thing, most people don’t do those 3 simple things.

They think they can find out everything they need to know online for f’ree. Taking advice from people who have never actually succeeded at what they’re trying to do.

Or, they’re trapped in “someday” thinking. Waiting for their life to magically change without doing anything to make it happen.

They listen to the people in their lives who say, “You can’t do that, it will never work. Now is not the right time.”

And it breaks my heart. We only get one life.

This is your time, because if not “now,” when?

If people around you are holding you back or playing on your fears, you need to learn to drown out those voices.

You need to listen to your own small voice that says, “Why not me? Why not now?”

Here’s a gift to get you started

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Best regards,

Debra Gould, The Staging Diva
President, Voice of Possibility Group Inc.

P.S. I’m really looking forward to welcoming you into my inner circle of Staging Diva Grads. Don’t forget to enter your coupon code and “apply” it to see that $50 come right off the cost of your training before finalizing your order.

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