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Oct. 26, 2022

USP 66: | Helping Professionals Declutter Mental and Physical Barriers


Welcome to Uncensored Society Podcast episode 66! Join Kay Suthar and Kitti Andrews as they talk about helping professionals declutter their minds and physical barriers. Procrastination is a problem that affects everyone. Clutter piles up beyond our control, yet we cannot organize. We are unable to address this physical clutter because of a mental barrier. To be more effective in our personal and professional lives, we must first declutter our brains.

 

Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode:

•       Get your ideas in order so you can decide what to do next.

•       The value of setting particular tasks as priorities to develop the business

•       The significance of finding a balance when it comes to clutter

•       Decluttering a single room at a time

•       Continue to move gently and sequentially.

•       And so much more!

 

About Kitti Andrews:

 

Kitti Andrews is the founder and CEO of Declutter The Brain. She works with coaches, consultants, and entrepreneurs to organize their space and streamline their thoughts so they can focus on attracting and serving premium clients. She's also known as the thought organizer. She believes that physical clutter and lack of concentration are very closely related. Her 20 years of experience in helping people to get their surroundings under control have led her to help her clients go from being overwhelmed and struggling to organizing and thriving.

 

You can find Kitti Andrews on…

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kitti-andrews-87644055

Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/kittiandrews

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitti.andrews.21

 

FREE Gift from Guest:

Downloadable PDF: 7 Easy Steps To Conquer Your Physical & Mental Clutter

https://www.declutterthebrain.com/declutter/

 

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Kitti Andrews

Founder and CEO of Declutter the Brain

I recall one day, feeling absolutely miserable and frustrated, overwhelmed and even useless, as I looked across my desk to see piles of “stuff”... I was powerless and overwhelmed, almost defeated.

I say almost, because out of that dread and frustration (I think there was even some hair pulling and tears), I said to myself, “I just can’t take this anymore!”

That was my rock bottom, but also a huge turning point and where I started on my journey of getting rid of the chaos. I promised that I wouldn’t (and couldn’t) be held back any longer by all of the pandemonium. I figured out strategies that would work for my ADHD brain and for my clients.

​If you are stuggling with your own clutter--mental or physical, I'd love to connect with you personally for a 30-minute chat to discuss your goals and see if any of our services could be a benefit to you.