Making Time to Work on Your Business with Jenny Morin
Clarify your Vision: Grow your Business
A thought-provoking look at how to fit in time to work on your business, not just in your business. Sometimes our busy-ness takes over our business. Being busy is not the same as being productive. In order to reach our big-picture goals and grow, our vision needs to be clear. To see things clearly, we need to clear the clutter from our minds and schedules. Certified Time coach Jenny Morin will show you how to make the time, how long to spend for focus sessions, and how to stay motivated while accomplishing a long-range goal that has been on your back burner. Clarify your vision and grow your business!
Objectives and takeaways:
- Learn the optimal time length for focusing
- 1 written long-range goal with first few steps identified
- Tips to fit big picture goals into a busy schedule
- Identify obstacles
- Ideas to stay motivated
Jenny started out in the journalism field, with a degree from Brigham Young University.
She came to the organizing profession when an article caught her eye in 2008. Once she realized she could organize for a living, she started her business and has never looked back.
Member of the National Association of Professional Organizers since 2008, Jenny started her organizing business in Vermont, then moved to Oregon and started all over again. She now is a Golden Circle Member of NAPO, and belongs to the NAPO Virtual Chapter. She is also a member of BNI, whose motto is Givers Gain. She has helped many businesses in the area to get organized through the 5-step organizing process.
As a time coach, Jenny helps her clients reach their goals by teaching them the tools and skills that will enable them to control their schedule and have time for a rewarding life.
Jenny lives in Grants Pass with her husband, Frank and her 4 children ranging from 9 to 18, and a golden doodle. She spends her non-working time with her family. They love to golf, swim, ski and camp together.
You’d never know it, but Jenny grew up on a small farm in Maine and she knows how to milk a cow!