Fall Organizational Tips with Lisa Jacobs!

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We all know Fall is a super busy season! That's why we are so excited to share some organizational tips from NYC based professional organizer, Lisa Jacobs of Imagine it Done. Get to know Lisa and read up on her expertise below!
Lisa Jacobs, founder and CEO of Imagine it Done, began her business in 2004 after discovering her innate ability to organize whatever chaos came her way. Over the past 16 years, Lisa has grown the Imagine it Done team to over a dozen people, providing professional home organization services to clients all over the New York Tri-State area. Lisa truly believes that a more fulfilled life can successfully be achieved by following her tried and true methods: edit, purge, categorize, organize, and curate. Her passion and drive have led the company to become one of the leading businesses in its category. The Imagine it Done team is also committed to educating their 135k+ followers daily about the values of organizing. Their blog, social media, and newsletter provide consistent, unique tutorials and tips to countless followers around the country. As Lisa always says, "an organized space, is an organized mind, is an organized life!"
1. Can you tell us a little about yourself, how you got into the organizational space and starting Imagine It Done? I have always been organized since I was a little girl. After my children were all grown up, I decided to turn my passion for organization into a business and Imagine it Done was born in 2004.
2. Being a female entrepreneur, what would your advice be to someone (particularly a mom) who is interested in pursuing their passion and starting their own business? Be realistic. There is a lot of hard work, dedication and setbacks. Be prepared and patient. 
3. What tips do you have for parents/anyone who wants to take the first step to living a more organized life, especially during this hectic back to school time? Hire an expert so it can be a life changing experience for the whole family.
4. What are your tips on teaching kids to organize and keep spaces clean? The most efficient way to teach children is to teach by example. Additionally, there are many games and methods and systems that we suggest parents utilize in the educational process. Head to our website for more information on how to get your kids involved in organization.
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5. What is the number one mistake you see people making when trying to organize? Doing it by yourself and getting overwhelmed because you don’t know where to start. Learning the best ways to organize is like learning how to ride a bike, once you get it, you too can become the expert.
6. Do you have any mottos or mantras that you always reference when it comes to being a mom? There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs.
7. Beyond being an organizing pro, you are also quite the fashionista - what are your 3 must haves for every woman's closet? Leather jacket, heavy beige cardigan, and timeless black tie pumps
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