Welcome to Episode 43: Time-Management Tips For Professional Organizers with Lisa Trigsted
I am thrilled to be joined today by Lisa Trigstead, who you may know as NeatFreakMcKinney from her thriving community on Instagram.
Lisa started her professional organizing business as a second career, after working as a school teacher for many years. Today, she is sharing her business story, as well as her best time-management tips.
As entrepreneurs, it can definitely be a challenge to keep all the things our lives and businesses going off without a hitch. I hope Lisa’s advice and perspective in this episode helps you find new ways to approach your busy schedule and find more time in the day for the things that truly matter.
What We Talk About:
(00:00) – Intro to the Episode
(01:09) – Introducing Lisa Trigsted
(02:04) – How Lisa manages her time on Instagram
(05:08) – Lisa shares her business story
(10:08) – How Lisa balances all of the things in her schedule
(12:25) – Lisa’s marketing strategies for attracting clients
(13:53) – Lisa’s experience collaborating with other brands
(15:44) – Why Lisa thinks it’s important to share your personal organizing projects
(20:46) – Lisa’s shares one of her most impactful experiences as an organizer
(31:37) – Lisa’s future plans and ideas for her business
(35:02) – Episode Wrap-up
My name is Lisa, and I grew up in beautiful Idaho, the oldest of seven children. I learned early on that work always came before play. It was one of the best things my parents ever taught me.
I’ve always loved taking care of, decorating, and organizing my own home. After my daughter left home for college, my friends encouraged me to start my own business, using my gifts for home organization.
I woke up one day and said: “let’s do this”. It was then that Neat Freak McKinney was born. Social media has drastically changed since 2006, and in just days I had my first clients. I cannot tell you the rewards that have already come my way in just this short time.
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