32. What Sparks Joy For You? - Lindsey Hardegree
Lindsey Hardegree is the Executive Director of the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia. She is responsible for leadership and management of the organization, including annual and planned giving campaigns, board and volunteer management, grant administration, communications, and operations. Lindsey served as the first Development Director for the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and as Special Events & Board Manager for the Alliance Theatre. Lindsey is also a professional organizer and productivity specialist certified by Marie Kondo as Georgia’s first Certified KonMari Consultant. Lindsey works with individuals, families, and companies to create their ideal life by organizing their homes and businesses.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Recognizing how your experience is your teacher.
- Holding people accountable for their vision
- Leadership Principle
- Rule of life
- Key Habit - Good To Do List
- Find a journal and planner that work for you
- Be willing to step back and reflect: Find those quiet moments.
- Take time to create your vision
- What do I really want?
- Get out of the wrong space and into the right space
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Crafting a Rule of Life: An Invitation to the Well-Ordered Way, Stephen A. Macchia
Books by Marie Kondo:
Where to find Lindsey:
Website: Get Organized Y'all
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