Learn tips and tricks from the RESA 2015 Professional Stager of the Year, Michelle Minch. Lean how to streamline your business so you have a better work flow, have better relationships with your clients, are less stressed and more productive, all in less time.
Learn how to hack your home staging business to achieve better use of your time and resources. Our time is finite and our most valuable resource. Make sure that whatever you are doing is worth the amount of time you are devoting to it. There are things we have to do; there are things we need to do; and there are things we want to do. We need to strike a balance between the 3. Take back control of your life and your work life.
In this class you’ll learn how to create a life and business priority plan. How many hours do you want to work? How much money do you need to work to support your life and your business? Do the 2 goals support each other or do they fight with each other? What are your goals for your business? Where do you want to be in 6 months? Where do you want to be in 1 year? Where do you want to be in 2 years? 5 years? 10 years?
1. Learn how to fine-tune your time management to coincide with your goals
2. Define your life and business priority plans
3. Learn specific tips and tricks to create work/life balance
Recommended for mid-advanced level stagers.
Michelle began her career in design as a Stylist and Visual Merchandiser for Commercials, Music Videos, Television and Feature Films. Home Staging and Interior Design are a natural progression for her, allowing her to use her visual merchandising skills and years of design, marketing and management experience to create appealing and comfortable one-of-a-kind interiors that help sell homes.
Michelle was voted RESA Professional Stager of the Year 2015 & 2010. She has won multiple additional RESA awards. She also won 2 Chrysalis Awards for Excellence in Remodeling – one for kitchen design and remodeling and one for a whole house makeover. Her home staging and interior design work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, Green Builder, Sunset Magazine, Los Angeles Weekly and many other national and international publications.