Julie Aderhold is a great example of an organizer who found a niche that was super close to her heart and uses that to help people who are dealing with an unexpected health diagnosis–celiac disease–but even if you don’t have a similar niche for your business, Julie still has lots of great advice for you for your business.
It is always a great time in organizing when there are things in pop culture and the public consciousness of what we do is high! The second season of the Home Edit show premiered on Netflix on April 1st, so today on the podcast, we are going to be talking about how you can take advantage of these things, how you can make sure that your business is ready for people to remind themselves that they need someone to come in to their home.
Jessica Litman is well known as The Organized Mama, and has built an organizing business that many of us dream of! She also has dreamed of writing a book since she was in 4th grade–and is making that dream come true in April with the publication of “Home Sweet Organized Home.” She is talking to us today about her path in organizing, including working one on one with clients both in-home and virtually, as well as a super successful online brand which started with a blog and has grown exponentially.
When Amy Mayorga became a mom, she realized that the STUFF of being a mother was overwhelming her. She discovered organizing and minimalism, changed her own home life–and now changes the home life of her 26,000 Instagram followers and her in-home organizing clients in the Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas metropolitan area.
It’s another epsiode of “Jen and Melissa get together and record their conversation” for you! This week, we will give you two epsiodes of us answering questions we got from pro organizers on Instagram. We talk about client situations and client questions, home organizing reality shows, and all sorts of things to get you thinking about your businesses.
This week, we are giving you a sneak peek of a new free workshop we have called The Pro Organizer’s Profit Plan!! In this podcast, we are going over the three mistakes Melissa made in her organizing business–so if you are making them too, you know you aren’t alone!
Working with organizers each day–we know that sometimes what we tell ourselves, the story about our capabilities and what we are and who we are–sometimes can stop our progress in our businesses. Today we are bringing you a conversation about the book “Soundtracks” by Jon Acuff, which is all about what those messages in our head are, and more importantly–what are some concrete ways we can fix those messages.
In the last two years, organizers have discovered that there are lots of ways to help clients–and sometimes, even for a business that primarily helps people inside their house, organizers have been able to move to find an audience online successfully. Today we are bringing you an interview that Jen Kilbourne Obermeier did with Carly Tizzano of The Resolve Podcast, and it is FILLED with insight for organizers about finding your audience, and important mindset shifts.
Sarah Brent did something awesome with her organizing business, which is she saw that there was a need for something in the market, and she kept saying “someone should work on this!” and then realized someone was actually her. We love when someone takes a challenge and is like, wait, I’ll tackle that! So we wanted to have Sarah on to talk about what she’s doing…and how it can help all our pro organizing friends.
In a new series, we introduce you to an inspirational pro organizer from our community and tell you about their journey. Kim Snodgrass has just taken the leap and started her business, but is already working with clients while she builds the back end of her business. She tells us the whole story about making this leap into full-time professional organizing.