I have a big why for starting my MS. Simplicity business. I have been an attorney since 1993 but really felt dissatisfied. I did some soul searching and decided that a career change was in order for me. I looked at what I enjoyed and what my friends told me I was good at. When I began the career change, I didn’t know there was a whole industry of professional organizers, I just started reading books and doing hands on organization for my friends. With the career change I heard from a lot of shocked friends who could not understand why I would give up a career as an attorney and start something so opposite. These people could not understand how I could go to years and years of school and then do something so opposite as to become an organizer. The reason is simple, I had to be me and I had to be happy and I had to live my passion. I will say that my family and my core group of friends got it. They knew that in order to be happy, I needed to live my passion.
My passion is helping other people grow and develop their own entrepreneurial spirit and become financially independent. I am setting an example for my three children that they too can follow their dreams and do what they love.
I LOVE the feeling when I leave my client’s homes in a state of organization. I see their shoulders drop and the stress levels go down. They tell me that their health will improve because they can now cook and eat in their kitchen as a family.
I LOVE knowing that I am improving the lives of my clients in more ways than just having an organized home. I am helping them to find ways to spend more time with the people they love.
I LOVE helping women grow their own businesses. I am passionate about helping women figure out new income sources that works for their life and their schedule. Not everyone enjoys marketing, branding, website development, writing and social media. I have discovered great joy in combining my knowledge of marketing with running a successful professional organizing business. Not everyone has $10,000 to get everything ready to launch a new professional organizing business. Not everyone has the ability to quit a full time job in order to start a career as an organizer. Becoming a MS. Simplicity consultant will give you the tools that you need to get your business started for around $1,500 (cost of website, marketing materials, monthly newsletter plus obtaining insurance coverage and cost of NAPO membership).