Did you miss any Organizer Interviews in 2020?
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One of the most popular features on Your Organizing Business is when I interview a professional organizer or productivity consultant about their business. Everyone seems to love reading about the different paths others have taken towards starting and building a career in this field.
It’s been a great year for interviews, with a record of nine organizers taking part, including a few industry veterans. Click on their names below to read their stories. Even if you’ve known someone for a long time, you’re sure to discover something new!
Barb Eimer of Settle Down has gone through some interesting twists and turns over the past eight years! She now helps people in Northern Indiana prepare for and get organized after moving, as well as traditional organizing.
A Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival Superstar Blogger, Debbie is the founder of Simply Placed in greater Seattle, Washington. Since starting part-time in 2003, she has since built a team that has helped thousands of people have more time for what matters most.
Gayle Goddard of The Clutter Fairy, LLC offers residential organizing services to middle-aged women going through a transition in their lives throughout the Greater Houston, Texas area and virtually.
Jen Obermeier began offering professional organizing services in the Greenville, SC area in 2014, and has since turned exclusively toward supporting other organizers through Pro Organizer Studio.
Judith Kolberg of FileHeads Professional Organizers and Squall Press serves international and national clients, virtually and in-person. An organizing industry veteran, she trains professional organizers and productivity consultants in digital estate planning and loves doing developmental editing of self-help and how-to books and products.
Melanie Summers of I Speak Organized serves the greater Portland and SW Washington metro area and currently offers virtual plans and services nationwide. She’s also a great story teller!
After 42 years in business, Ronni Eisenberg has done it all and seen it all, so she has an interesting story and a lot of wisdom to share.
A member of NAPO, Tracey Shadley of Organize A-Z designs closets, garages, offices, pantries, laundry rooms, and many other types of organizing storage, as well as writing and developing courses.
Future Organizer Interviews
I would love to publish one interview each month during 2021.
If there’s someone you’d like to see featured here, please leave a comment or send me a message.
If you’d like to be featured, please fill out the Organizer Interview Questionnaire and I’ll add you to my schedule! Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or new to the industry, you have a unique story which can help your colleagues to learn and grow their businesses.
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