Organizational & Productivity Coaching
Customized, Expert Guidance to Improve Your Game
Do you have trouble maintaining routines such as keeping a calendar, finishing a project or following a schedule? Do you have difficulty saying "no" to unreasonable requests that sabotage your ability to meet your commitments? When you struggle with paying bills, doing paper work on time, or even meeting deadlines, simple tasks can feel difficult, if not impossible. An Organized Life can help.
Together we explore how you can become more in control and efficient. By teaching you how to harness your strengths, and focus on what you do well, you become organized and productive in a way that makes sense to you, based on how you think and feel, and how your individual brain works.
When it's your time to be more organized and productive, it's time for An Organized Life.
Our coaching programs equip you with:
- Specific tools, techniques and approaches that help address your challenges
- An ally and champion to keep you focused on what you want to achieve.
- Support and accountability to motivate and move you forward.
- A coach and partner to help you make those meaningful changes that can transform the way you think about things.
We inspire you to take action.
How we work:
As an Organizational & Productivity Coach, I help you get to the root of the problem of why you can’t get and stay organized. Together, we learn more about your strengths, build upon what you do well, and develop new, supportive strategies to create a more productive, sustainable skill set. Simple techniques with calm support and encouragement can keep you moving towards success, step-by-step.
Hourly Prices: Beginning at $125
Coaching Packages Available.
Contact us for more professional organizing package options.
My family has said your name with such praise so many times over. Everything I have learned from you has been our saving grace this week. I had to stay in Oregon until my father’s passing. The day before I knew I had to say goodbye, I sent the girls and Josh away and I… reorganized our pantry. Clear Container Store bins labels and all (I’ll take a picture when I go back to Oregon). It was cathartic. Since I arrived in Belmont on Monday night, there has literally been nothing for us to do (except for me racing to find COVID tests). There are no services because of COVID and no real gatherings. With everyone’s blessing, I was able to use this time to remove a majority of my dad’s belongings and knew, from you, that it’s important to remove the donation bags in one fell swoop. This brought my mother and I great relief. The past few days when we have felt up to it, I have begun to tackle my parents basement, using what I have learned from you sorting like with like, consolidating into neat labeled boxes and pairing down the many unnecessary old items. It is has been a project that has kept us occupied and is making us feel better. I am so utterly grateful for all of our time together. While I will forever learn from you and will always need organizational help, I have also picked up skills from you that I know how to independently implement and be of service to my family and others. This week, in particular, it has been our saving grace. I want to let you know how special you are and how much you have helped make this terrible week bearable. Read more “Lauren”