Today we’d like to introduce you to Abby Cone.
Abby, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
I have always been into organizing. I can recall getting into trouble on several occasions for “organizing” my younger sister’s room, which included throwing away things that I thought she did not need. I continued through the years to organize for friends and family and fell in love with the feeling of satisfaction from helping others and everything in its place. That feeling pushed me into the field of psychology.
In college, through the study of psychology, I became fully aware of the role and importance we have in each other’s lives- in both positive and negatives ways. During this time, the feelings I experienced while helping others truly resonated with me. Thus playing a large role in my life and assisting me in choosing a path where I wanted to play a positive role in the lives of others.
With my BA in Psychology, I was in search of a career that revolved around that rush of helping. After helping and serving people in many fields, I kept volunteering my time to help clean my friend’s and family’s spaces.
Which led me here – to start a business doing what I have always loved.
Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
There’s been struggles along the way and they have all been worth it. Part of the struggles come from me being a very hands on person and wanting to know how things are done. For instance, instead of hiring people to build a website, I did it myself.
Other struggles included general learning the ins and outs of running a business, how to attract the right clients and finding a balance between overworking and enjoying life.
Appreciate you sharing that. What should we know about Organizational Logistics?
I started my business with a simple concept: a person’s home should be their sanctuary.
As a professional organizer, I help clients let go of their clutter, stress and anxiety while gaining stability. I have a no-judgement approach and get to learn my client’s goals and lifestyles so I can incorporate those elements into their home.
Whether that includes physically moving items, hands-on organizational training, supply shopping, or simply creating well thought out lists, I help teach clients the skills they need to stay organized + clutter-free.
What does success mean to you?
A balanced life full of rewarding work with copious amounts of money, joyful moments, continuous learning and staying in the present.
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