As the company name implies, Organizing With Passion was founded by Florence LaFrance on the premise of providing valued tasks with drive, energy and enthusiasm that clients often find energizing and contagious.
Let’s face it, life is complicated – with technology, information overload, and living in a society that encourages overindulgence and over-consumption. It seems like we just can’t win or, at least, that is the story we tell ourselves. And the feeling of being overwhelmed usually results in procrastination.
The good news is: organizing and decluttering can be therapeutic and freeing. Once you possess and put your organization skills into action, you will thrive on them. You can find more time for yourself, your family, your friends, and special interests. You’d be surprised at how your new-found freedom will change your life and the lives of those around you!
Rightsizing for senior lifestyle change / move
Organizing to increase your home’s value
Assisting with estate inventory and clear-outs
Combining multiple households
Providing paperless solutions: photographic media, photo journals, electronic photo albums or cloud storage
Business productivity solutions
Space and workflow planning
Move management and space buildout
Project planning and oversight
Organizing and decluttering office space
Set up workflow / operational processes
Establishment of policies and procedures
Establishment of employee handbooks
Benefits of Organizing & Decluttering:
Improved health – reduces stress and depression, and promotes mindfulness and better sleep; makes you ready for the curveball
More time for family, friends and me-time
Save money, gain money, find money
Sets a good example for your children/grandchildren
Greater productivity and improved work performance = greater income potential
Are you looking to put systems and structure in place to bring your business to the next level? Is your client base is growing, and perhaps you are at the point of bringing on more employees or contractors? Having workflow, operational and policy/procedure systems already in place will not only make for a smooth transition but increase productivity.