Are you struggling to get your home organized? If so, you may need an accountability partner who can help you stay on track and accomplish your home organizing goals. In this week’sepisode, I discuss how an accountability can help you.
I also answer 7 questions in regards to having an accountability partner. They are as follows:
1.What is an accountability partner
2.How does an accountability partner help me get my home organized?
3.Does my accountability partner have to be someone who needs to get their home organized, or could it be someone who has a very organized home?
4.Who would be the best accountability partner?
5.Why do accountability partner’s work?
6.How often should I meet or talk with my accountability partner?
7.What is the best way to keep track of my goals and tasks.
If you don’t have anyone who could help with accountability, or if you feel like you need more insight on how to get organized, therefore an accountability partner is not enough, and you need more tips and solutions, and perhaps better systems in place to help you get your home organized, then feel free to reach out to me. I do take on a select few coaching clients each year and teach them how to simplify their life, get their home organized, and be more productive. I also help them feel less overwhelmed and not feel embarrassed by their clutter, and I also teach them where to start when it comes to being organized. If you would like to start a journey to an organized and simplified life, then feel free to reach out to me via the contact form on my website.If you would like to more organizing tips and you haven’t joined yet, be sure to join our free Facebook group, Organize for Success, and I will share the link in the show notes. Like I said, it is free to join to hop on over. We would love to see you there.
About Kathy McEwan
Kathy McEwan has a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Sociology, is a Professional Organizer, Productivity Expert and Senior Move Manager (cSMM). Kathy is the Chair of the Professional Organizers of Canada – Ottawa Chapter and has several certificates from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, including Time Management and Productivity, Chronic Disorganization and Basics of ADD. Kathy believes in continual education and is currently taking additional courses in time management, productivity and home and office organizing.
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