I am a professional organizer. (Yes, I do this for a living.) This weekend I organized a conference for Professional Organizers. It’s been intense.
In my job, I organize people’s homes, pantries, offices, attics, files, and computers. I talk to them about order, white space, letting go, and flow. I believe I make a difference. I take organizing a step further in companies as a project manager. And I stretch my business skills as an entrepreneur. I’m a fantastic networking living in a city of networkers. My business is growing.
But …. I haven’t always been a business owner and an organizer. I graduated BYU with a degree that met two criteria: it was usable in the work place and it was flexible around motherhood.
And when marriage, motherhood (and a second income) didn’t come, I realized that I should have added a third criteria to my graduation standards: lucrative. So, I did what every LDS woman does when she finds herself at 30 and still single, I went back to school and got an MBA.Read More