About Sue and Jo
Jo and Sue met a few years ago through a networking group and hit it off immediately, initially through a large common factor in their lives – recovery from alcohol addiction. Through their individual journeys of recovery, they have forged careers helping others in different ways, Jo as a declutterer and professional organiser and Sue as a specialist coach and consultant. They experienced a lovely way these can work together when Jo went to help Sue declutter and get organised.
Sue was diagnosed at 62 with dyspraxia and since has been able to understand many of her strengths and weaknesses in life skills and functions in a different way. She spent her whole life being labelled as the clumsy, messy, scatty one and now understands why. When working together Sue was able to embrace the fact that she finds it very difficult to put a system in place, so got Jo to do that for her. She can follow a system no problem, and continues to do that, tweaking where necessary with Jo along the way.
Jo and Sue decided to explore together how they could use what they found to help people more and created a questionnaire to find out what people’s strengths and weaknesses are in terms of the functions and skills they need in everyday life. This proved a valuable tool in how Jo and Sue were able to tailor their work with clients in their different specialist areas.
This is the next stage of this development with a combined approach to help clients through coaching and decluttering to use their strengths, whatever they are, to function better in everyday life, be that at home or work.