How did I get started?
A defining moment happened to me in March 2007. I was 24 years old when I decided to start my own professional organizing company. Now let me first say, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. While I knew that I loved helping people get organized, I didn’t know the first thing about being an entrepreneur. I was totally clueless – I hadn’t even taken one business, finance or marketing class in college (I was an English major!).
For the next few years, I tripped, stumbled, and learned the ropes of being my own boss along the way. At points the journey was amazing, other times overwhelming, and definitely an adventure throughout. Since that fateful day back in March 2007, my company, live ORGANIZED, has been featured on NBC, in Women’s Health, People, New York Family magazine, and the New York Daily News. My team and I have helped many clients organize their homes and offices and give them more time, space, and money in their lives as a result.
The reason I tell you all of this is so you know that while you can achieve a level of success without the support of the mentor, what took me over 3 years to accomplish now takes my clients 6 months to achieve. If that isn’t a serious shortcut, I don’t know what is.
I realize that there is such a huge need to help passionate and ambitious woman – like you – translate their dreams into successful businesses. Choosing to be my own boss, as scary as it felt in the beginning, has been the #1 best decision I have ever made in my professional life.
I have since made the commitment to dedicate the rest of my career to empowering and teaching women like you how to create and grow their own businesses. It’s been an amazing journey so far, and I can’t wait to get you started on your own journey!
Who are my clients?
My clients are women who would love to start their own business or have been in business for a few years. They aren’t exactly sure what to do in order to succeed and they would love to work with more ideal clients and consistently generate a high income. What they are sure of is that they have a passion and the potential to make a big impact in the world. They want to have a career that makes them happy. They want to get paid to do something they love to do. They want to help a lot of people. They want to make a difference.
How am I different from other business coaches?
What separates me from other business coaches is that I work exclusively with women who are just starting their businesses or have been in business for a few years. I also only only work with people who have service-based businesses (a business that is client-driven).
What my clients say:
“Jordana is my in-house cheerleader.”
“She’s a business coach extraordinaire.”
“I finally found my entrepreneurial big sister.”
“I feel so supported and motivated. Wow.”
“Jordana’s the one to work with.”
What type of personality do I work best with?
Want to know if we would work well together? Well, is this you?
- Positive thinker
- Committed to succeeding
- Takes consistent action
- Energetic and enthusiastic
- Trusts the process
- Reliable and punctual
- Absolutely excited and serious about starting a business
- High achieving go-getter
If this is you, YAY! I think we’re going to have a lot of fun and that you’ll get a lot out of the Embarkability programs. You’re the kind of person who will see results fast!
This is the kind of person I do not work well with – someone who:
- Is skeptical
- Gives up easily
- Is a pessimist
- Makes excuses for not completing their assignments
- Challenges every aspect of the program
If this is you, that’s totally okay. I just don’t think that we would be a good match, so it’s probably best that you seek out another mentor. I wouldn’t be able to help you to the degree that you deserve, and I don’t want to waste your time or money.
Some Fun Facts About Jordana
- Favorite ice cream flavor: Vanilla chocolate chip
- Favorite 90’s band: Dave Matthews Band
- Sex and the City character I identify with most: Charlotte
- Pancakes or French toast: French toast
- When I was younger, I wanted to be: one of Janet Jackson’s backup dancers
- Three words that describe me: playful, self-aware, and loving
- The best thing about having my own business is: meeting and working with so many amazing people
- Favorite rainy day activities: TV movies, arts and crafts projects, and naps
- Best piece of advice to aspiring women entrepreneurs: don’t quit
- Most influential book: Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill
- Favorite pump-me-up song: Send me on my way, Rusted Root