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Megan Morris, CEO and Founder of MHM Professional Staging, appeared as a guest on the Entrepreneur Podcast Network to give advice on home staging and entrepreneurship. Megan spoke about the importance of home staging, as well as how she successfully started her own company. During the interview Megan shared, “Home staging in Florida was not on the same level as California, I found a need for this niche market here.”

Orlando, FL – Megan Morris, CEO and Founder of MHM Professional Staging, appeared as a guest on the Entrepreneur Podcast Network to give advice on home staging and entrepreneurship. Megan spoke about the importance of home staging, as well as how she successfully started her own company. During the interview Megan shared, “Home staging in Florida was not on the same level as California, I found a need for this niche market here”.

The show host Eric Dye noted, “Megan did extremely well, she gave great advice!” Megan suggested thinking about your home as an extension of yourself, “Stage your home before putting it up on the market. It’s like going on an interview, you want to put your best foot forward”.

Listen to the interview here: http://bit.ly/1fFV6xs

Megan wants to empower home sellers through her books. “Home staging can be done by anyone with any budget, I wanted to write the books to help people see their home from a different perspective”. Entrepreneurs looking to start a business of their own can learn from Megan’s story. She found a niche market, created a cohesive online presence and her main priority is helping her clients no matter how big or small their budget is. She even became a published author to help those who need to tackle home staging on their own.

Megan has worked in home staging and design for over 12 years and has been featured on FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, HGTV, Bravo and CNBC as well as appeared on radio and television as an expert in her field. Megan received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. She is a member of NAWIC, National Association of Women in Business and National Association of Women Business Owners. She is also a member of Junior League and is involved in several other philanthropies.

Megan is available for staging engagements and to speak about home staging, entrepreneurship and a variety of other topics. If you would like to book Megan Morris to speak at your upcoming event please contact Christina Heflin by phone at 407-300-1855 or email christina@PubliclyRelated.com. For additional information about MHM Professional Staging, please visit www.professionalstaging.com/

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