Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Would Virtual Organizing Work for You?





One of the services I offer is virtual organizing. Many people are not sure how this works and if it would work for them. Let's explore those topics now.

How does virtual organizing work?

  • First we have a free phone consultation to explore if this would work
  • If we decide it will work, you fill out a questionnaire that helps solidify your intentions and goals for the sessions
  • If appropriate, you send pictures of the areas we target
  • You develop your vision of what the area will look like and how you will feel
  • We brainstorm all that needs to happen to reach your goals
  • We set up a completion date and develop a timeline
  • Each session we refine the plan and you put dates on your calendar to complete the tasks
  • As the organizer, I hold you accountable, help you prioritize, and make suggestions as well as keep you motivated
  • Once the goal is reached, we develop a maintenance routine
Would this work for me? Yes, if:
  • You can work by yourself and are motivated but want/need some guidance and accountability
  • You realize that organizational help is important but you are on a budget
  • You are comfortable communicating via phone, email, skype, and can send emails with photos
  • You are creative and need custom-tailored sessions
  • You are not physically close to professional organizers but still want their help
For more information visit my web site http://timespaceorg.com/services/ or contact me by email (jonda@timespaceorg.com) or phone (404-299-5111).



Jonda S. Beattie
Professional Organizer

3 comments:

Janet said...

I love that you and your client brainstorm the plan together. That way they don't have to worry that you're going to tell them to do things they don't want to or aren't ready to do.

Olive Wagar said...

Thank you, Jonda, for submitting this to P.O.B.C.!! I am gathering as much information as I can about offering this service to potential clients. I also like your emphasis on working together by brainstorming, as well as providing accountability, prioritizing, maintenance, and encouragement. This was all very helpful to me!!

Jonda Beattie said...

Thanks Janet and Olive for your comments. I have enjoyed reading all the blogs on virtual organizing. It is also something I do for my hands on clients when they need a mini-session between our hands on work.