Is your space in need of a little Spring cleaning? Have you been saying you’ll organize or declutter that space for months, but still haven’t gotten around to it? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, we have the woman for you!
Today we’re hearing from Cindy, owner of Spaced Out by Cindy, about her home organizing business.
Read on to hear about how Cindy can help you bring peace and clarity to your spaces. At the end of this post, she’s also offered a special promotion on her services to any female business owners!
Tell us about yourself! What makes you, “you”?
I love helping people. Chaos can affect many working women with or without careers and families. We are all overwhelmed with life. De-cluttering your home or office and organizing brings peace of mind. When you can better concentrate on things much more important it makes a happier life.
Describe your business, “Spaced Out by Cindy” and share what brought you to creating this business and why you’re passionate about it.
I organize homes and offices. I also de-clutter, will help pack or un-pack when moving. I will stage a home. And being able to offer getting storage units or dumpsters is always a plus. I am a previous realtor where I staged my own homes for listing. I also have had a cleaning business for many years which gave me the opportunity to begin organizing. I love what I do.
What goals do you have for your business in the future?
My goal is in being able to organize on a daily basis
What is your proudest achievement?
Working hard enough to being able to generate creating my own business.
What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced as a business owner and how did you overcome it?
Becoming known and trusted enough to generate referrals.
What advice would you give to a woman looking to start a business or get into a leadership role? Is there one thing that has helped you specifically?
You must have drive and hard work ethics. You can do anything you put your mind to.
What made you want to join HerHub?
The founder Nina is in my BNI chapter and I have admired what she has done and is doing.
Why do you feel it’s important to collaborate and empower other women?
The more established woman business owner’s become the more power we will have to finally get equal pay and equal opportunities
If you could recommend one resource (book, podcast, quote, class, website, etc.), that has helped you in life or in business, what would it be and why?
The book “The Shack” had such a profound affect on my beliefs it drove me to reach out to God and religion. It has changed my life and made me a better person for it.
We love spreading love to other woman-owned businesses and we bet you do too. Give a shout out here to your favorite, local, woman-owned business (besides your own)!
Nina Corder for Women of Toledo
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