Janet M. Taylor is the host of the Got Clutter? Get Organized! with Janet M. Taylor podcast. Her show serves as an organization resource with unique tips, tricks, and practices for anyone looking to organize their space.
Janet’s podcast is a complement to her professional organizing service. She has over 26 years of experience in the organization industry, and her mastery of this skill has given numerous clients peace of mind along a brand new lifestyle.
Read on for more from Janet M. Taylor, and listen to her show at the links below (leave a review, too!):
Janet M. Taylor
Tell us what your podcast is about in 3 sentences or less!
The podcast provides guests with tips and resources to help listeners to live an organized life.
What’s a quote or piece of advice that you try to live by?
Organizing is a journey, not a destination.
Organizing is my superpower!
One thing on your bucket list:
“Roar” by Katy Perry
Last text message you sent:
“Check out the development on my childhood neighborhood”
What was your first job?
Clerk at a neighborhood organization
Any unusual hobbies?
What inspired you to start your podcast?
My mentor suggested I start one.
Tell us more about your work/life outside of your podcast.
I am a professional organizer with over 26 years of experience.
What is your show’s USP?
I have moved several times, lived in small spaces, and know what it is like to live organized when others in your home and life are not.
What is one of the greatest challenges you have personally faced with your podcast?
My greatest challenge is obtaining sponsors.
What was one of your favorite episodes you’ve ever done? Why does it stand out?
What is one thing you have accomplished with your podcast thus far that you are most proud of?
Bringing on experts to educate the listeners.
What is one major milestone that you would like to accomplish through your podcast in the next year?
More interactions, responses, and messages from listeners.
What is a trend or development in the podcast industry that you foresee happening in the next few years?
What is one of the best pieces of podcast-related advice you’ve ever received & why?
Have fun so that your listeners will hear it in your voice.
What is one of the worst pieces of podcast-related advice you have ever received & why?
That you should not do it.
What are some of your favorite women-hosted podcasts?
Can you tell us about a time when you took a huge risk/did something you were scared to do, and it totally paid off?
Going on The Rachael Ray Show!
Is there a charity or cause you care about that you would like to share?
How do you feel you’re making a positive impact and generating change through your podcast?
By helping listeners deal with the disorganization that may be holding them back.