Thank you again for everything that you did for me. Paper work has always been my weakness when it comes to my home office because there always seems to be more important things to do with my two little ones running around at the end of the day. And, it always seems to come in last on my list when I plan out my free time.
I have to admit that the first session was a little hard on me because it was overwhelming just getting it started but you literally held my hand through the entire process—and I can’t thank you enough for that. When it came time to schedule our 2nd session I was still apprehensive wondering if I would feel overwhelmed again. But, it was so much easier during our 2nd session and I really felt like I was learning how to get things organized as well.
This, I truly feel, is a step in the right direction in getting myself organized, and getting the clutter put away. I even tackled my basement on my own and my house is starting to look amazing. It was so good that I reached out to you and was able to get your help. I know I would not have tackled that by myself but I also knew that something had to change.
Thank you so much for taking the fear out of getting organized, and showing me that I can get this done.”
Stephanie Cachero-Henry, Future Independent Mary Kay Sales Director
816-520-6858 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Doubts and fears
That is a testimony from my client. She shares how, like so many clients, she felt like cancelling, was feeling overwhelmed, and had concerns about how it was going to go. There was doubt, anxiety, and fear.
She took the initiative to make the call to a professional organizer, take a personal risk, be vulnerable, learn new things, and ask for help. The results were amazing — peace, a sense of control and accomplishment, momentum, an organized office, more productivity – now able to find what she needs when she needs it, savings – she found things she forgot she had and can use them in her business, joy walking into her organized office, and motivation to organize other areas of her home.
I love sharing photos of real client projects
Stephanie and I organized her paper in our first session.
Related post: 10 Things I Do To Keep Paper Organized
The second session we worked on the supply closet. Of course, I forgot to take pictures before we got started, but we remembered mid-project. Below is the supply closet in her office – a vital part of her work space – after we had cleared it out:
This next picture is where we sorted the things we pulled out…and, yes, they are sorted into categories. If you are doing a project on your own or if you cannot do it all at one time sort into laundry baskets or boxes.
Here is the completed, organized supply closet!!
We contained almost everything in the bins that Stephanie already had. We labeled everything!
Look at this!
Below is the final picture of the space. She had two containers under the table that were “homework” that she needed to sort through. Ahh…the joy in a refreshingly clean and organized space!!
What do YOU need to do? Take a risk? Ask for help? Sort, Purge, Assign a home, Set limits or Maintain? Be vulnerable and bring a friend in to help? Do one thing today, right now. Smile!