[00:00:02] The Home Staging Show is a podcast. This show is where we delve deep into home staging, and how to create a successful homes staging business. Cindy Lin is the host of this show. We explore in each episode the latest trends, techniques, and art to building a vibrant, thriving business. We are back with another episode. This is episode 174.
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[00:00:53] Hello and welcome to the latest episode of The Home Staging Show. Happy May! Hope you’re enjoying your month. Since we have been between editors, I understand that our podcast publication schedule has been a little erratic. We appreciate your patience as we look for a new podcast editor. You can subscribe to our podcast to never miss an episode. Follow us on Instagram to make sure you don’t miss any school announcements. Terry is a guest on the show today, and I am super excited. She first came to my school when I was starting in 2017 and took the 6-Figure Floor Plan class.
[00:01:30] This was my very first course. I took it apart to work on a remodel. Next month I will release the beta version for 6-Figure Floor Plan, so keep an eye out. If you’re an experienced stager and want to fine-tune your staging operations, then it is time to become the CEO of your staging business.
[00:01:52] I met Terry in person in New York last spring and saw her work. Then again in October last year, when we held our Staging Mastery Retreat in Italy.
[00:02:08] Since many years, I have admired her work. Her work has a beautiful point of view and is gorgeous. It is important that stagers build this skill. You probably hear me talking about this a lot if you listen the podcast. It’s important to have a clear and strong point of view when staging your work.
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