The onslaught of coronavirus has affected agencies and marketers all over the world, with professional organizers being no exception. In today’s episode, we get an opportunity to talk with Kathy Vines, a brilliant mind in the preparing space who has been just before the curve so far as offering digital consultations for some time already. Kathy is a Certified Professional Organizer, the landlord of Clever Girl Organizing, and she or he has also written a book called Living with Less. Our conversation with Kathy begins with some tips from her about how to know whether providing a digital provider fits into your company model or client in the first place. Living as a celiac or sufferer from severe allergy based food avoidance is burdensome, and being organized is an vital a part of coping.
Today’s guest is Susan Bailey, and he or she is a licensed AllerCoach, that means she helps allergy families manage by becoming more prepared and organized. Susan speaks about her experiences as a celiac and the way that feeds into the work she does as an AllerCoach. She gets into the amenities she offers through her agency, Cygnet Organizing, from recipe design to meal planning and kitchen compartmentalization. Susan also speaks about what it is want to occupy such a particular niche in the company. Engaging with means customers and sharing your abilities on social media is sensible business. As a productiveness and organization professional, you are looking to exhibit your work, and be an active a part of that online group of folks who share your interests and respect what you do.
For many, adding our guest Samantha Pregenzer, Instagram is a natural fit for showcasing corporation tasks and sharing tips and demonstrating your skills. She presently has 450,000 Instagram followers, so she has a lot to educate us about best practices and constructing your brand through social media. Dr. Regina Lark is the founder and owner of A Clear Path: Professional Organizing and Productivity. Dr.
Lark earned a Ph. D. in U. S. Women’s History from the University of Southern California then worked with the UCLA Women’s Studies software.
In 2008 she left higher education to begin A Clear Path. Regina is a Certified Professional Organizer CPO and a Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization CPO CD. She is a graduate of the Organizer Coach Foundation Training Program, serves as the Member Director of the National Association of Professional Organizers NAPO, and is a member of the National Speakers’ Association. Shawndra Holmberg, CPO CD, is the owner of Dhucks. She signs her emails with the title: Primary Instigator of Productivity and Organization for Writers, Creatives, and Dreamers. Holmberg is aware the challenges and triumphs of being a writer.
Her fourth book, 31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies, was just published in February. Shawndra has been in company for 12 years and has lately turned her ardour to guiding, mentoring, and coaching fellow writers with a new company, HYH Book Coach.