Christa Bledsoe; ClutterSort; Organizing; The Story ExchangeYour Name: Christa Bledsoe

Business Name: ClutterSort Professional Organizing Services, “Organizing People, Places, & Things.”

Type of Business: Professional Organizing

Business Location: San Diego, California, United States

Website http://www.cluttersort.com/
Twitter @ClutterSort
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ClutterSortLLC?ref=hl

Reason for starting
The need to become and stay organized is ever-increasing. Just imagine the quality of life you could have if you were to sort through and reduce the clutter that surrounds you. Having more time to focus on the 20% of things in life that actually bring you happiness rather than headaches. It is new way of living that is sure to reduce stress, increase success, and allow you to truly Live Better.

How do you define success?
Success is defined by helping my clients to reach there goals and to watch what ive worked hard at to create grow.

Biggest Success
ClutterSort Organized a large Landmark Resteraunt and the owners 6,000 sq feet. We also donated our time to organize a Center for Domestic Violence in downtown Denver.

What is your top challenge and how have you addressed it?
As the founder of ClutterSort I feel there are many challenges and I look at them all from the top down. Building the business and finding loyal employees is and will always be a ongoing challenge. I am a hands on owner and I train one on one and its challenging working while handeling all the business side and growing a truely quality team. Always going above and beyond is what ClutterSort is all about.

Who is your most important role model?
As the founder of ClutterSort my most important role model is Barbra Corcran. She was a driven hard worker that made created a huge company out of a small advestment and has so much vitality that she is who I love as a business role model.

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