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.
Can an organizer survive and even thrive without any social media? Amber Ehrlich of The Tidy Bungalow in Phoenix, Arizona is here to talk about it.
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.
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.
I started the year doing a digital detox, and one of the things that I decided to do was I needed to give myself permission to let things go if they aren’t working for me in terms of my digital life.
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.