Heather Rogers and Mindy Sullivan, Simply Organized (Organization Conversation, Episode 12)
Heather Rogers, Owner, and Mindy Sullivan, Interior Designer, of Simply Organized joined Richard Grove and Stephanie of Uncommon Outpost on this episode of Organization Conversation. They discussed some common issues they encounter helping people organize their homes and moves, NAPO (the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals), different applications for Wall Control in the home, common obstacles their clients face, when to get rid of possessions, and much more. Organization Conversation is broadcast from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
Simply Organized was founded to help people simplify their lives. Their typical client usually feels overwhelmed in their home or office or wants more time in their day and less stress in their lives.
They specialize in helping people who work from home, anyone who is getting their home ready to sell, needs packing or unpacking help, and in time and routine management coaching. They serve the Atlanta metro area, including Cherokee, Cobb, Dawson, North DeKalb, Forsyth, North Fulton, Gwinnett, and Hall.
The Simply Organized team has the training and skills to help you organize everything from your hectic schedule, family, home, and office in all metro Atlanta areas. They only hire experienced professional organizers so you can be certain anyone from Simply Organized knows how to de-clutter, sort, pack, unpack, pre-stage, and help with spatial planning.
Heather Rogers, Owner, Simply Organized
Heather Rogers is a professional organizer, owner of Simply Organized, and author of “A Simplified Life”. She and her team specialize in helping people decrease the clutter in their lives, create a more organized environment, manage their time more effectively, increase productivity and maintain calm in the midst of a busy life.
Her clients include professionals and entrepreneurs who work from home, anyone who is getting their home ready to sell, individuals and families who need help packing or unpacking, and busy professionals and families who need assistance with time management and space maintenance coaching.
A Georgia native, Heather has worked in the insurance and financial services industries, as well as in customer service and sales. She has a passion for helping people and a keen sense of spatial planning and organizing. Ironically, she earned a bachelor’s degree in risk management from the University of Georgia. Isn’t being disorganized one of the greatest risks in life?
She is the past president of the National Association of Professional Organizers Georgia (NAPO) and frequently speaks to groups about the benefits of time management and the costs of disorganization.
Mindy Sullivan, Interior Design, Simply Organized
Mindy Sullivan joined the Simply Organized team in 2020. Mindy comes with 20 + years of interior design experience and an aptitude for organization and spatial planning. She has a great attitude and fantastic work ethic!
Mindy is a professional interior decorator for over 20 years with clients across the country. She loves nothing more than helping a client feel good in their own space and keep it that way! Her design background is from the Art Institute of Atlanta fuels my ability to make a space make sense while looking good in the process. Whether it’s organizing drawers and closets or finding a place for all your beloved pet’s gear, you can be sure that you will be proud to show off every corner of your home.
About Organization Conversation
Organization Conversation is hosted by Richard Grove, and broadcast and produced from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta. You can find the full archive of shows by following this link. The show is available on all the major podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, Amazon, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, and others.
About Richard Grove
Richard Grove‘s background is in engineering but what he enjoys most is brand building through relationships and creative marketing. Richard began his career with the Department of Defense as an engineer on the C-5 Galaxy Engineering Team based out of Warner Robins. While Richard found this experience both rewarding and fulfilling, he always knew deep down that he wanted to return to the small family business that originally triggered his interest in engineering.
Richard came to work for the family business, Dekalb Tool & Die, in 2008 as a Mechanical Engineer. At the time Wall Control was little more than a small ‘side hustle’ for Dekalb Tool & Die to try to produce some incremental income. There were no “Wall Control” employees, just a small warehouse with a single tool and die maker that would double as an “order fulfillment associate” on the occasion that the original WallControl.com website, which Richard’s grandmother built, pulled in an order.
In 2008, it became apparent that for the family business to survive they were going to have to produce their own branded product at scale to ensure jobs remained in-house and for the business to continue to move forward. Richard then turned his attention from tool and die to Wall Control to attempt this necessary pivot and his story with Wall Control began. Since that time, Richard has led Wall Control to significant growth while navigating two recessions.
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About Wall Control
The Wall Control story began in 1968 in a small tool & die shop just outside Atlanta, Georgia. The first of three generations began their work in building a family-based US manufacturer with little more than hard work and the American Dream.
Over the past 50+ years, this family business has continued to grow and expand from what was once a small tool & die shop into an award-winning US manufacturer of products ranging from automobile components to satellite panels and now, the best wall-mounted tool storage system available today, Wall Control.
The Wall Control brand launched in 2003 and is a family-owned and operated business that not only produces a high-quality American Made product but sees the entire design, production, and distribution process happen under their own roof in Tucker, Georgia. Under that same roof, three generations of American Manufacturing are still hard at work creating the best tool storage products available today.
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