Sage Organizing Co. is excited to announce two new services to help YOU and your organizing business.
Many people may assume at first that if you're good at organizing, the business "stuff" will handle itself. WRONG! I have been organizing since I can remember, but I didn't turn this passion into a business until four years ago. I had done plenty of organizing for friends, neighbors, and family, how big of a difference would it make if I made it a business? I'm here to tell you, running a professional organizing business is NOT the same as just organizing your friend's pantry.
I've spent a lot of time working on the nuts and bolts of my professional organizing business, Sage Organizing Co. I can't tell you how many times I've thought, "I should have asked *this* when I was speaking with that client!" or "No! I forgot to get *that* client's email!" I'm not ashamed to say I have made my fair share of errors. Starting a business has been a great learning experience; however, things could have gone smoother with a little bit of help from somebody who had been in my shoes.
Being a new professional organizer can be overwhelming, but I'm about to make your life as a business owner a little easier. I have taken care of the tedious work and created clear and focused forms, templates, and plans to help you as a new professional organizer Book That Client! Some of the items available include a consultation form, appointment confirmation template, and action plan all geared towards professional organizing.
The documents I've created are affordable and can be customized for your business; they are professional and easily accessible to everybody.
Now, some of you may be thinking, "Candi, I LOVE the downloads, (I even bought the whole bundle) but I've got some more complex issues I'm struggling to work out." Never fear, Candi's here! I have rolled out an AMAZING service in the last few weeks that I am so excited about called "Rent my Brain."
I don't want to say "I've seen it all," but . . . I have.
The good, the bad, the ugly, at this point in my life and work, nothing shocks me! You can trust that you'll be speaking to somebody who is judgement-free and truly "gets it" during a "Rent my Brain" session. I know what it's like to feel like a hot mess, that's why I am looking forward to help others thanks to my experience in management, organization, and being a small business owner.
During a "Rent my Brain" session, I'll help you talk through the problem you're facing and create an action plan to overcome it. Issues people have come to talk to me about stretch from business and management to home and personal life. Plus, I have made it as convenient as possible for you by offering "Rent my Brain" sessions over the phone and also video call so you don't have to be local to take advantage of this resource.
With these two new additions at Sage Organizing Co., I'll work with you to get your life and business on the road to success!
Are you ready? LET'S DO THIS!
Follow the buttons below to learn more about the professional organizer "Book that Client!" templates and forms as well as "Rent my Brain" sessions.
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
Successful Small Business Owners in Charlotte, NC gather to recognize Small Business Person of the Year finalists including community-driven professional organizer
Candi Ruppert, CPOⓇ, honored as Small Business Person of the Year 2019 finalist by Charlotte Media Group
Charlotte, North Carolina---January 17, 2020-- Candi Ruppert, Certified Professional Organizer®, and owner of Sage Organizing Co. was honored at an event hosted by Charlotte Media group celebrating finalists of Small Business Person of the Year 2019. An audience of local leaders, including respected attorneys, doctors, and restaurant owners, gathered at the Hampton Inn and Suites at Phillips Place SouthPark to mingle, network, and recognize each finalist.
Charlotte Media Group describes themselves as the “Publisher of the South Charlotte Weekly, Union County Weekly, Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly, and the Pineville Pilot.” They reach over 120,000 readers every week, providing them with “hyper-local” content.
Directors of Charlotte Media Group noted that they read through and extensively researched all nominations before they narrowed down the list and decided on the 2019 finalists.
“Charlotte Media Group did a fantastic job hosting the event and I am so honored to have been nominated and recognized amongst an amazing group of hard-working, influential individuals,” says Candi Ruppert, CPO®.
Though Ruppert may not have been the ultimate winner of the Small Business Person of the Year 2019 title, she will continue to work hard and help others through her business Sage Organizing Co. which offers estate clearing and home organization services. Ruppert’s strong work ethic, commitment to furthering her education – not many organizers are CPO-certified – and compassion and understanding set her apart from other organizers.
Ruppert travels around Mecklenburg County, Union County and as far as Gastonia, Lake Norman and Rock Hill, S.C., to help clients. Those interested in having Sage Organizing Co. help downsize, declutter, organize, or clear their home (or one they’ve inherited) can set up a consultation with Ruppert at SageOrganizingCo.com.
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!
Holidays can be stressful, but they can be even more overwhelming when you are trying to host dinners and parties in a disorganized home. Prepare for the holiday season with these five home organizing tips from Candi Ruppert, owner of Sage Organizing Co. Special thanks to WCNC, the Charlotte Today show, Colleen Odegaard, and Eugene Robinson for being amazing hosts as always. Looking forward to being featured again soon! Stay tuned!
North Carolina Professional Organizer Learns How to Determine what Vintage, Collectible, and Antique Items are Worth.
Candi Ruppert, CPOⓇ, trained on which old furniture, figurines, and coins will sell . . . and which won’t.