What is your business elevator pitch?
I help busy women regain control of their home and get back their sparkle. I set up simple organising systems and teach easy to manage routines to stay organised, giving them back time and space for what they love.
What is your WHY for being in business?
I free my clients to let the sparkle come back into their life. I allow them to feel heard, cared for and valued and I help solve their problems. I give motivation to rediscover lost confidence and inspiration to aim for new adventures.
Share a unique business challenge you have experienced and how you overcame this?
I recently completed a 6 week Conscious Business course where I had to jump way outside of my comfort zone, switching to use a totally different skill set. It was bloody hard and when I wanted to give up I just pushed myself to keep going.
I am over the moon with the results, which culminated in presenting my Business Blueprint to the group. I felt all the hard work and discomfort of reaching into my inner self and what I wanted to achieve with O2B Organised came together in a totally authentic presentation of me and my business that I am thrilled with and it’s something that I now refer back to as a touchstone when making decisions.
What’s got you “edge of your seat” excited in your biz right now?
I am so excited to integrate my global vision of supporting women to improve the fabric of their lives into my work.
Seeing how they regain confidence when they are organised and back in control is just so incredibly motivating to me.
I’m also thrilled to be integrating the support of two charities whose values I share – Dress for Success and Share the Dignity, into my business.
What is your favourite biz resource at the moment?
That’s a tough one as there are so many great resources around. I love listening to podcasts in the car, especially interviews with people from other industries and what interesting things they are doing. It’s inspiring to look outside of your own business type and learn from others.
Learn more about Sharon here