The episode I’m sharing today was pulled from a new Facebook Live series I did all about online business topics. I’m simply teaching for free, sharing resources, and pulling back the curtain and breaking things down step-by-step so that you can 1. KNOW what options you have and what they look like, and 2. Avoid getting burned by someone trying to sell you information that is freely available.
Lindsay Maloney is a Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner and a self-made business and success coach who specializes in teaching women how to start and scale their dream coaching businesses with simplicity and confidence. We are talking today about what exactly introverted women can do to get unstuck around business growth and making decisions that honor who YOU really are as a professional organizer. You’re going to be shocked to hear what all she accomplishes in a day without identifying herself at all as a “hustler”. Even if you’re an extrovert, you’ll feel inspired by this episode to put her tips into action, push your business forward, and work with your dream clients.
Lauria Palau is returning as a guest on the podcast today. She hosts the popular SimplyBOrganized podcast and is now working on a new project involving Enneagram and organizing styles.
My guest on today’s episode is Sherra Humphreys, a professional organizer exclusively focused on photo organization. Her business, Simple Photo Stories, is based in Atlanta and provides photo organizing services both in-person and remotely.
Today, I am sharing an episode that was pulled from a new Facebook Live Series I am doing all about online business topics. Right now feels like the right time to share everything I know about this topic freely.
Christine Stone is a seasoned professional organizer and the owner of Neatly Designed in Jacksonville, Florida. She has amassed a great following on Instagram, partly because of her consistent and authentic video content about all things organizing. Today, she is joining me on the podcast to share her own business story and her best advice for new and aspiring professional organizers.
In 2009, when I started my Professional Organizing business, our industry wasn’t nearly as mainstream as it is today. I may not have had a ton of competition, but I faced a whole bunch of other challenges, from explaining to people what exactly a professional organizer does, to how to market myself in a world without Instagram or Pinterest (think about that for a minute!)
Welcome to Episode 50: All About Email List Marketing Today, I am sharing an episode that was pulled from a new Facebook Live Series I am doing all about online business topics. Right now feels like the right time to share everything I know about this topic freely. If you have even a PASSING interest […]
As you’re well aware, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every industry in the world in different ways. Today I’m sharing a conversation with Samantha Smith, the founder of an app called Vishion which is a color search engine created for the interior design world. Interior designers and professional organizers are closely related enough to be siblings, so it’s really worth a listen to understand what is happening in their businesses right now, too.
Whether you just launched your professional organizing business, or you’ve been at it for a while, you’re always looking for ways to market your business and attract new clients.