Angie Boris, owner of A Tight Ship, gave a presentation about personal organizing a few months back at the Next Level Executives. Angie called on Free Publicity Day, but I wasn't able to get back to her. I encouraged the 10 or so people who I wasn't able to speak with - to call each other and interview each other.
Catie Foertsch of OurTown Productions and Westborough TV stepped up and interviewed Angie:
The more a small business grows, the more tasks the owner has to juggle and the greater the possibility that something is going to get dropped. And the more successful a small business owner is, the more she is up at 3 a.m., trying to remember everything that has to get done tomorrow, and everything that should have gotten done yesterday but didn’t.
So how does a small business owner keep his growing business from burying him in work? How does she stop worrying so much? How do we sleep through the night, knowing that everything is under control and nothing has been forgotten?
Answer: Angie Boris. Angie is the owner of A Tight Ship and she specializes in organizing processes and systems. Yes, Angie will organize the stuff in your office if you want her to. But where she really shines is in helping business owners put into place new procedures to deal with the ever-increasing flood of information and tasks they are faced with every day. Angie makes it possible for small businesses to grow without their owners drowning in stress.
If you want to spend less time doing more, give Angie a call. And start looking forward to a long, peaceful night’s sleep.
Coincidentally, I received a call this past week from Nathalie Lyons of Step into Simplicity, who is also an organizational consultant. I could probably use two organizational consultants myself. So, I imagine they each will soon have more business than they can handle.