I was chatting with Landon Loveall yesterday when we were doing an interview for his new referral network, 30Referrals (see the interview here), and the conversation turned to how many of my small business clients have multiple, ongoing projects that can get overwhelming.
A couple of weeks ago, my computer became possessed by the letter “h”. It started out occasionally typing an “h” randomly while I was working and then began doing it more frequently.
One of the main issues I run across when working with both business and residential clients is how to keep track of all the people they meet. For residential – it’s often the soccer coach, the new teacher at school, the parent they met at the school play or the plumber their neighbor recommended.
Allen from Jibidee did a great presentation at the NAPO 2010 Conference about organizing tools on the web. Thought I’d share his tips here:
A lot of my clients are small business owners either in a home office or outside location. Each time I work with one of them, I kept noticing they were having pretty much the same issues over and over again.
Came across a tweet today that posted a great article from the NYT: An Orderly Office? That’s Personal Thanks to @declutteryou & @RubbermaidTwo for posting and retweeting. Loved this article – it speaks to the experience of many of my clients and those who have worked with professional organizers. Some good tips in there as […]
Anyone that I’ve ever worked with in their office knows that I love project folders. I’ve had many clients say “well, I don’t have any projects”. Oh yes, you do. Everyone has projects – you just call them by a different name. It can be an event you are helping with like a charity auction […]