Your website and Instagram are often the first ways a potential client has to connect with you–and showing your best self there is important. We offer you specifics on how to look at your website and Instagram feeds a little differently, all to provide a simpler and better experience for your dream clients. For pro organizers, your online content is key–make it fantastic!
Jen Obermeier and Melissa Klug talk about the serious–and not so serious–things they learned in 2020 we will take with us as lessons into 2021. Whether it’s Jen never going to the grocery store again (curbside pickup–never go away!) or Melissa finding the courage to leap and start an online course–the lessons from 2020 are here and making us better entrepreneurs going into 2021. (PS–Jen not going to the grocery frees her up to work on entrepreneurial pursuits! Winning all around!)
Kay Patterson is best known on the internet as The Organized Soprano–and she has the unique distinction of being a professional organizer along with being a professional classical singer. She has a superb YouTube channel where she talks about organizing, gives you tours of her own house to talk about how to stay organized–and sometimes does live interviews with people like our very own Jen Obermeier. We are happy to be able to share with you a recent YouTube Live that Jen and Kay did and hope you find it fun an informational.
Dalys Macon is joining the Pro Organizer Studio podcast today to talk to us about her efforts to talk about representation in the organizing industry via the Instagram group @blackgirlswhoorganize. She also talks about how she came to be a professional organizer, and how much she loves to do closet organizing with clients and help them find the best colors for them.
Yes–2020 has been crazy. But–does that mean you can’t set realistic and achievable or even HUGE goals for 2020? NOPE! Carly Tizzano, New Year’s Resolution coach, tells us how.
This week we continue our discussion of whether it’s a good time to start a pro organizing business by replaying one of our most popular episodes, “Make your first $1k on a Budget.” Pro organizing is a great business, and it requires very minimal investment to enter. Can’t wait for you to join us!
While this year has been challenging on many fronts, there are still many opportunities for professional organizers! With people spending so much more time at home, there has never been a better time for a professional organizer to find clients. We talk about many different ways that organizers can approach clients in this current world–including organizing via Zoom and FaceTime (yes–that really works!)
This episode of the podcast has Jen and Melissa interviewing Kate The Socialite of Socialite Vault about marketing for home professionals. Kate is a marketing guru for home professionals–interior designers, organizers and stagers. She is passionate about professional organizers knowing that marketing doesn’t have to be scary! Many pro organizers get scared when they hear the word marketing. But Kate is here to tell us that it’s accessible and there are some clear tips and tricks that you can put into your business right away.
This episode of the podcast features an interview with our new cohost, Melissa Klug of Home By Eleven. Melissa is a full-time professional organizer and business coach for pro organizers, and she joins us to talk about her story. She went from working on global marketing & strategy for a major Fortune 500 company to working with clients on decluttering and organizing their homes–and never looked back. But while she made the major leap into entrepreneurship full-time, which could have been scary–she realized it was the best move of her life!
I’m sharing a clip directly from a coaching call with one of my Inspired Organizer students for the podcast today, because well, sometimes the best aha moments come completely unscripted! What I loved about this conversation is that you can REALLY hear the huge change in her mindset from the beginning of this segment to the end, and if you can relate to having any hangups about spending money on growing your business, I hope you’ll get a major lightbulb moment out of this, too.