Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Organized Solutions Thanks You With FREE Professional Organizing Service

In your weakest most vulnerable moments, greatness is there if you are strong enough to see it.

Crazy when I think about it.
-Brand, spanking new single divorce mother of two boys, 6 and 4 years old.
-Been a stay at home mom for 5 years, after leaving a senior engineering position at Ford Motor Company.

Everything I had worked so hard for in my world, shattered apart. Gone.
At least it appeared that way ...

For at that time, I felt an opportunity was at hand.
"Well, if I'm going to start completely over in life. Let's make a difference and have some fun with it."

Single mom, 2 boys, unemployed, HUGE mortgage, alone, family living 2 hours away ... Yeah, let's start a business. All I knew was my whole life I loved to help people and I was learning again how much I loved to have fun. Guess the combo worked!

Organized Solutions is 6 years old today!

Hot Damn!!

I am so thankful for all the people I have met, clients who I have helped and companies who have contacted me. Thank you for reading this blog and commenting.

None of this could have been possible without my boys in my life. These dudes rock my world and keep my head on straight. They have been the best business partners anyone could ask for. It is so awesome to see their enthusiasm for our business.

To celebrate, we are giving away 4 hours to someone in need of getting organized. We need to hear your story. This could be yourself or someone you care about. Send me your nomination by the end of September and my boys and I will select our recipient. We need to keep this local to the surrounding Toledo area, though I will work to find help for those out of the area. I know professional organizers across the country who can help you.

My email address: angie@iorganizeyou.com

Thank you for all your help and support.
You all ROCK!!

Who do you need to thank for your success?

1 comment:

Stevie said...

:) Who is in need of thanking for my success? There is a laundry list of people!

The main people are, of course, my parents. Your Aunt Bev and Uncle Chris are some kick ass people who, in their actions, taught me how to be a pretty decent mom and wife.

Then there's the rest of the family of course. They helped shape me and make me who I am. I might not be as awesome as my most awesome cousin, but I hope to achieve that someday!

Some friends (both old and new) that have stuck with me through even the hardest of times and helped me to keep my sanity through deployments every 3 months.

People who have hurt me. Without them, I wouldn't be this strong.

Also my teachers who were more to me than just teachers, they were mentors and now friends.

And last, but definitely not least, my wonderful husband. Without him I wouldn't be able to be a stay at home mom right now. I wouldn't be as confident as I am in myself as I am.