“Hit It Hard” special:
A 6-hour onsite session for the price of 5.
Limited to five clients.
Must be booked by 5pm, Fri Feb 9th; valid through end of Feb.
Weekend hours available.
25% deposit will secure the offer; balance payable by credit card at the end of the session.
The Potential Center – Less Mess, Less Stress
My name is Ellia (Ryan) Harris. As an organizing expert, I help busy professionals, home-based entrepreneurs, and post-grad students work smarter in their homes, home offices, and minds. I pair great problem-solving abilities with supportive coaching skills, and this helps people be less fearful of organizing possessions, data, and academic projects.
The problems I can help you solve:
- How to get more time in your day
- How to make better decisions
- How to be more confident about achieving your goals
I hate being weighed down by excessive possessions, digital data or lack of time, don’t you? I’m passionate about solving these kinds of problems because I believe that if our surroundings are cluttered, then so is our brain, and this causes us to feel ‘stuck’. On the other hand, when we de-clutter we also air out our mind and make space for fresh thoughts and ideas.
I’ve been solving problems all my life… as a nonprofit fundraiser and leader, staff training provider, an English teacher in Mexico, and now as a home and home office organizing coach. Where other people see things – a closet, a room, a computer, a vehicle – I see a system. My job is to help you to create systems that will keep you and your family stay organized well into the future. I guarantee this will give you more time, peace of mind and, often times, money… and who doesn’t want more of that?!
Either on-site in the Seattle area, or remotely across the US via video chat, phone, and email, I look forward to helping you gain more time and ease in your day.
How much are you like your fellow Americans?
- 52% of Americans, including 59% of millennials, describe their home as being cluttered.
- In an average week, 27% of Americans spend 2 hours or more looking for misplaced items.
- 91% of Americans have kept an item because they felt guilty getting rid of it.
- 44% of Americans say they make unhealthier food choices when their home is messy.
(Wakefield Research, 2016, for Sparefoot.com)