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.
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.
As female entrepreneurs, who are often also moms & wives, it is so easy to fall into the trap of overwhelm and overwork. How do we find a way to manage our businesses and our goals, and also make time to be present for our families and for our own personal growth?
It never fails that my private coaching clients will say to me that one of their bucket list items is something like writing their own book someday, creating an online program to help people get organized, or even put out their very own organizing method into the world to become the next Marie Kondo.
We are sharing some bonus content on the podcast about the Coronavirus and how it is affecting professional organizers.
Here is the second episode about how to continue marketing your business during a national (or worldwide) crisis.
We are going to share some bonus content on the podcast about the Coronavirus and how it is affecting professional organizers.
Here is the first short episode about deciding how to work with clients during a voluntary quarantine.
Professional organizer Carly Adams is joining me on the podcast today. Carly is a student of the Inspired Organizer® course, and the owner of Tidy Revival in Sacramento, California. Today, we’re chatting about her business story, and about her experiences networking with influencers. If you love using social media to market your business, or even if you are new to the game, this episode should give you some fresh ideas on how to collaborate with influencers locally to spread awareness and continue scaling your organizing business.
For those of you who are into personality types or the 5 love languages, I think you’ll enjoy this quick episode today on 3 styles of relating to others: Auditory, Visual, and Kinesthetic. Being able to recognize these styles in yourself and in your clients will help you quickly assess how they like to communicate and how they will best learn and grow in your work together.