I'm so excited and honored to have been invited to present at the National Association for Productivity + Organizing Professionals 2021 Virtual Conference. The national conference was jam-packed with trending topics, including: How to Make Social Media Videos without a Camera, Tiny Living, Media Training Secrets, Websites to Engage and Win Clients, Google Analytics, Managing Difficult Clients, Organizing Clients with ADHD, Productivity Apps: Trello, Asana, Slack, and Acuity, and much more! I presented on "Grow your Business: Expand into Estate Clearing." I received great feedback and it was inspiring, joining together with so many other productivity and organizing professionals. I loved reading all of the positive comments such as:
"Truly thorough and impressive presentation - definitely watching this again. Considering I've been doing this for 16 years, I have actually learned quite a few things that I can use. Great job!"
"Candi Ruppert, this presentation was worth the price of admission! Thank you so much! You did a great job presenting, too!"
"Such a fantastic speaker. She had so much to share and was willing to share it!"
"Excellent, informative, she gave us depth and detail! She's very knowledgable about estate clearing.
"A wealth of useful information, even for someone who has been in this industry for 24 years!"
"I wish there was a rating HIGHER than a 5 -- Candi offered the most thorough, detailed, and informative presentation I've EVER attended!!"
Charlotte Certified Professional Organizer® is featured on local television station to spread awareness of Charlotte charities and items they need.
Candi Ruppert, CPOⓇ, appears on the Charlotte Today show for the fifth time to teach viewers items they can donate to local charities.
Charlotte, North Carolina---January 22, 2020-- WCNC Charlotte Today hosted Candi Ruppert, Certified Professional Organizer® and owner of Sage Organizing Co. on the show for the fifth time. Charlotte Today’s co-hosts, Colleen Odeggard and Eugene Robinson, welcomed Ruppert back to the set to share some of her professional advice on decluttering and donating. During Ruppert’s segment, she listed six items that people often throw away but could be donated instead.
Part of Sage Organizing Co.’s mission is to be a force for good in the Charlotte community, as noted on their website (https://www.sageorganizingco.com/).
Ruppert started the interview with an important message, “So many people have items just sitting in their home that aren’t doing anything, they’re shoved in a closet, they’re shoved in a spare guest room and those are items that could go out and serve other people in the community.”
Ruppert also provided names of local charities in Charlotte that would benefit the most from particular items. Some of the charities Ruppert recommended were Beds for Kids, Crisis Assistance Ministry, Jewish Family Services, and Habitat for Humanity. Lastly, Ruppert discussed a great resource which is the Charlotte Donation Service which will connect you with groups who will take items you don’t know what to do with. To contact Charlotte Donation Service, simply dial 211.
Those interested in watching the full interview can visit the Sage Organizing Advice Blog post about Ruppert’s Charlotte Today appearance at https://www.sageorganizingco.com/sage-organizing-news/charlotte-today-donate-dont-discard
What a wonderful time appearing on WCNC Charlotte Today for the fifth time! It can be difficult making the decision on what to donate and what to throw in the trash. Sage Organizing Co. aims to reduce waste and help the community by educating people on how to recycle items and give them a new life. Learn how YOU can help out local Charlotte charities by donating your unwanted items that these organizations will put to good use! Watch the full interview above!
Special shout-out to my mother who was visiting from Wisconsin and joined me on the set! So happy she got to see all the fun we have at WCNC Charlotte Today!
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