The thing about this conversation is, it’s not just about whether it’s time to start a business. It’s really about what’s the right time to start doing anything different in your organizing business.
Kris Hargrove, owner of Organized By Kris in Austin, Texas, recently took the leap and said goodbye full time job, hello organizing business–moving from her job to devote all her time and energy to organizing. She is giving us all the scoop today on this transition, what led her to organizing in the first place, and lots of other gems!
Last episode, we talked about “what not to do” and today we are telling you what you should be doing to implement the “proof of life” strategy on social media.
We turn to Jen Mary of Everyday Style to hit us with some truth bombs about what you can do to maximize the times you are using social media in your professional organizing business in our “proof of life” strategy. We want you to make the time you are spending on social into valuable time so you can go find organizing clients with your other marketing.
Social media IS NOT the answer for marketing a professional organizing business in 2023. So what IS the answer for marketing for professional organizers? We talk about this today!
What should social media be for professional organizers? Is Instagram ruling your life? My guest is Kate from Kate The Socialite, and she is a marketer for the home services industry, including many great professional organizers. We are talking about why soical media isn’t the answer many people think it is–and why.
Jen and Melissa are doing what they love–answering professional organizers’ questions about starting your business, managing the CEO mindset, and how to handle peaks and valleys in your journey of entrepreneurship! Nothing is off limits in this chat with members of our Inspired Organizer® group.
Beth Nordby was doing digital marketing for a big Fortune 500 company and she realized she wanted something more for her career. Organizing was it! She took a leap a year ago, became a professional organizer, started Custom Order Organizing, and hasn’t looked back.
Kim started Rustic Home Organizing in Oregon a year ago, and we wanted to catch up with her to talk about what she learned in her first year as an organizer, how she built her business, how she gets clients for the organizing business, and everything in between. She’s here to inspire everyone who is starting out in the organizing industry.
Melissa caught up with pro organizer Kim after one year as a professional organizer to hear about what she learned (the good and the bad!) about her first year as a professional organizer.