I had to choose one thing that inspires me to be the best
that I can be, I would say it is because my work helps
people move forward with their lives.
As a business owner and Staging trainer I see people attend class who are
finally following their passion and fullfilling their dreams.
I teach, encourage and
support; providing the tools necessary to realize those
dreams. The light I see dawning in their eyes as they begin
to understand the possibilities of making their dreams a reality, makes all the hard work worth it for me.
My home Staging business Staged2Sell also helps
people move forward with their lives. Once we help a homeowner sell
their homes they are able to get on with the rest of their
lives, to move into their dream home, take a job offer
in another city or just receive more money to support their
Helping others make it happen, is rooted in helping people
believe! Believe they can sell their homes with Staging, and they
can change their lives by attending the Canadian Staging
Professional Training program.
"The thing always happens that
you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it
happen"~ Frank Lloyd Wright
Step 1: Recognize, own, and
embrace your clutter problem.
Every item of clutter has a thought or a feeling attached
to it. Maybe it is just a thought about how an item can
be used in the future, or a guilty feeling about a worthless
item dropped into the space after a long workday. Recognizing
that you have clutter and that you, and the others in your
household, share the responsibility for it, is an essential
realization that will help you move toward a solution.
At this point, you can begin looking at your clutter as
a solution in process. Try to release your embarrassment
and keep only enough guilt to drive you toward and help
you maintain your objectives!
Mark Reed is owner of Stuff
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