Do you KNOW you’re meant to do more, and would be able to accomplish so much more—if only you weren’t spending so much time digging yourself out from underneath piles of paper? Or had a shorter to-do list? Or had effective support, systems and strategies in place so that you could simply focus on what you’re meant to be doing in this world? You are not (at all) alone, and there’s a reason why it’s a struggle. Join us as Jennifer Zwiebel, the Inspired Organizer and Business Strategist, reveals the essential ingredients for uncluttering your life, moving from overwhelm to clarity, and creating a thriving business founded on joy. Learn the one simple and incredibly powerful tool you can start using immediately to move through paralysis and break through blocks. Find out how your clutter can actually be a gift that can transform your life in miraculous ways…and start the transformation NOW.
About Jennifer Zwiebel
Jennifer Zwiebel is the founder of A Place of Joy™: Inspired Organizing and Business Strategies for Creative Entrepreneurs. Jennifer guides clients to clear out both their inner and outer space, release chaos, and design systems that bring ease, joy and prosperity to their businesses and lives.
Jennifer specializes in working with Jewish Women Entrepreneurs. She helps clients move from overwhelm to clarity, and guides them to discover what they’re truly looking for. Jennifer partners with her clients to reframe what they believe about themselves and what they’re capable of, and she helps them envision and build inspired, thriving businesses.
Jennifer is co-author of The Organized Student and leader of the Let Go and Live: Unclutter Your Life workshop series. In addition to working privately with clients, Jennifer leads the powerful Inspired Organizing Intensive, supporting people everywhere in converting their intentions into action and their visions into reality. Receive your own next-step on the path to joy at www.aplaceofjoy.com!
Jennifer’s Success Tip
Cleaning out clutter can be very difficult because of the fear that you will be getting rid of something that you will really need at some point. That’s where the “85% Rule of Release” comes into play.
Once you’ve released something, 85% or more of the time you won’t even think about it. Only 15% or less of the time, you will regret divesting yourself of something or discover that you really need it.
Cleaning out is never going to be 100% perfect, but what you gain in emotional and physical space far outweighs the regrets.
Jennifer’s Favorite Quote
“We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” Joseph Campbell
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