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Parenthood is challenging enough as it is, and getting organized sounds easier said than done. Now, combine these 2 together and it’s truly a balancing act that many of us struggle with day in day out. If you’re here, it ’s because you want to know how to get your life and home more organized and structured where the kids are involved too - so that parent-life can be a little easier and focused on what truly matters. The Parenting Guide: Organizing Habits Made Easy was created because parent ...
 
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Because libraries and archives are never neutral. Taking a closer look at the relationships between organizing information and community organizing. We talk to information professionals, activists, and other insightful folks who have thoughts about what we mean when we say, “knowledge is power”. Hosted by two new librarians figuring things out as we go. We are based on the unceded and ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
 
Get the Show Notes at: http://eepurl.com/dGJgp9 Have you ever wished you could hear what others are doing to make a difference in their world? The goal of this podcast is to help Substance Use Prevention Coordinators, equip coalitions, organizations, and individuals to bring change to their community.
 
Are you looking for organizing tips to help you live your best life? The Joy of Organizing is chock full of home organizing, closet organizing, and office organizing tips for busy families. The show is hosted by Certified Professional Organizer® Bonnie Dewkett of The Joyful Organizer®. Along side her is her husband, and reformed pack-rat, Matt Dewkett. Each week we will be discussing practical organizing solutions for your home. We will do this through sharing our best organizing tips and tr ...
 
Young people around the world are organizing themselves and demanding a more equitable future - the movement for Black lives, the international youth climate movement, the #nodapl movement. Young people have always been at the cutting edge of political movements for justice throughout history. But what does youth organizing and activism actually look like? How can young people become organizers? What skills do young organizers need? How can older organizers support young organizers - and lea ...
 
Managing a small team or business comes with a unique set of challenges. With limited resources and man power - it's easy for things to often times feel chaotic and out of your control. How can you as a leader accomplish your goals while keeping your team engaged, effective, and accountable? This podcast will give you practical strategies that you can implement now to lead your team or business to reach it's fullest potential.
 
The Listen, Organize, Act podcast focuses on the history and contemporary practice of community organizing and democratic politics. Alongside this specific focus are two others: the first is to explore how organizing connects democracy and religion, particularly at a local, congregational level; the second is to examine how organizing embodies a distinctive vision and practice of democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns, particularly the last one. Through a series ...
 
Feed your soul and fill your toolbox every Thursday with Benn Marine (a trans man, outdoors person, political organizer, and social justice advocate) as he interviews organizers, activists, artists, academics, and experts about their experiences and knowledge on building community and creating change. They dive deep into social movements, fundraising, building teams, volunteer leadership development, self care, recruitment, time management, launching non-profits, resiliency work, digital org ...
 
MASTER YOUR SMALL BUSINESS SEO (SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION) - This podcast is a beginner’s guide to the online part of your business. Mainly focusing on search engine optimization (SEO). Website building. Email marketing. Social media marketing. And the tech tools that can help you. Most entrepreneurs are juggling so many things when it comes to business, home, kids, schedules, etc. This podcast helps entrepreneurs organize, and start to master, the online part of their business. Then you ca ...
 
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Today’s episode is part 1 of a 2-part series where I list the 5 Ways To Get Kids To Listen. These are my automatic go-tos that I use with my own kids, my nieces and nephews and even with my students at school. And they work! My goal here is to help you on your journey to getting more organized AND getting the kids involved with the tools and guidan…
 
Everyone goes through rough and challenging seasons in their life. They can last a few months and even well into several years! And we all go through different levels of challenges, frustrations and obstacles at different times in our life that will result in our homes being cluttered and disorganized. So you decide to hire a professional organizer…
 
When I became a mom and went through all the first time mom-feels: joys, discoveries and all the challenges. It REALLY became apparent on my mental load after I had my second baby. I can tell you, without a shadow of a doubt that I was spread way thin. In this episode, I take you deep into a time where my mental load was at heavy, how it affected m…
 
This conversation initially took place during an Instagram Live on my guest’s feed but accidentally got deleted. Thank the electronic gods, we were able to retrieve it and save the raw footage - just unable to report video. And now, I’m bringing it all to you - on audio form. The tables are turned where the conversation with fellow Pro Organizer an…
 
So in today’s episode, I want to share some tips and tricks on how we can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle items in our home to help our planet and keep our home organized at the same time. Now, just because Earth Day happens only once a year, let THIS year be a marker to start. Or if you don’t know how to go about it, take this episode as a starting poin…
 
In this episode I interview fellow pro organizer and Montrealer, Stéphanie Galipeau of HOP. She takes us into her organizing world and reveals her 2 loves & brand new course coming out April 25, 2022. So, if you own a phone, a laptop, tablet…..or any kind of device that stores, files your documents, pictures, programs, etc. Or you use tools and app…
 
Now that things are starting to go back to some kind of normal and restrictions have lifted, MANY of us are jumping for JOY because our social calendars are about to get filled up! So, this means plans are being made; which also means we’re entering into the world of gatherings and celebrations! Finally! It’s been a long 2 years! But 2 years ago, o…
 
For the past 2 years we didn't have much choice but to take a look at our home and space in a different light. Hundreds of thousands of us took action by making some changes - big or small - such as decluttering our homes. Many are still stuck, 2 years later, with physically removing the unwanted items out of the house. So how do we do that? What's…
 
When you live in a climate with more than 1 season and you SEE the seasons change, it’s really beautiful. What’s especially beautiful AND exciting is when we start seeing a glimpse of the next season. The snow melting there’s puddles everywhere, the sun out and warmer than in the last few months that you feel more energized to do more stuff - Which…
 
The bathroom is either a place of chaos, comfort, a quiet zone or all of the above and everything else in between. It’s a busy common area that if we equip ourselves and set the space up, we can totally achieve that ideal space that we resort to from time to time, or every night to escape into the World Wide Web, where most ideas and inspiration ar…
 
This episode, I unveil how we started and what got the ball rolling for us to have this mindset; the logic behind our thinking that benefits all of us, and the one thing you can do to make your life easier - when it comes to raising self-sufficient, responsible and capable kids. Call it the BLUEPRINT on how to teach my kids and get them to be more …
 
It’s the place where there’s an accumulation of clutter and also the ‘drop zone’ for everything else. So how do we get the ‘heart of the home’ more organized so that you can function more fluidly in that space? In this episode, I walk you through some key points to look at when doing your kitchen organization. I also give you tips and tricks to hel…
 
It’s already overwhelming enough to even think about organizing your home. There’s a lot of professionals out there but how do you know which one’s the right one for you and your project? It’s important to know WHO the person is, that will be going through your things beforehand…. It’s a different kind of relationship than your average professional…
 
We started the new decade with it and it has affected the entire world. 2 years later and it still is part of our everyday life… COVID-19. Not all experiences are the same when you or your whole house gets sick. But what we do share are the effects it has on each member of the household, the people around us and… life in general. In this episode I …
 
Lego has been around for generations and the beautiful and cool collections they launch month after month will attract young AND old alike! Ever wonder how to organize your Lego collection? What’s the best way for you and your family? Not all solutions work for everyone, just like there is no ONE solution to fit all. In this episode I take you behi…
 
This episode is an edited version of my YouTube video I released back in April 2020. You can find the full video if you search the title on my channel: Dianne Jimenez. But you might appreciate this version a little more because it gets straight to the point about 'How to get your kids started with laundry' - or incorporating them in the process if …
 
Hey parents! For years, I’ve prided myself on being a great multi-tasker. But soon enough, I became a mentally burned out mom with zero patience and lots of guilt, after the fact. Over this last year I've come to realize 3 things which I'm going to share with you today. - Just a little heads up, your ears aren't playing tricks on you in some areas …
 
Seeing that this is one of my first podcast episodes, I figured it would be a good thing for you to know my little backstory and how I became a professional organizer. Often, when we take a step back and look at the big picture to see if our current situation aligns with our end results or goals, it can take us by surprise- especially when we're in…
 
So you know that space or that cluttered corner you’ve been meaning to tackle but just haven’t found the time to do it? But with every passing day, that nagging feeling in the back of your mind is growing, growing and…. growing. Well I’m here to teach you my 5 steps to finding time in a busy schedule on my very first podcast episode. And it’s perfe…
 
Parenthood is challenging enough as it is, and getting organized sounds easier said than done. Now, combine these 2 together and it’s truly a balancing act that many of us struggle with day in day out. If you’re here, it ’s because you want to know how to get your life and home more organized and structured where the kids are involved too - so that…
 
This episode discusses the process of identifying an issue, developing a campaign to address that issue, and the kinds of public action a successful campaign involves. How organizing develops and conducts campaigns is different to how many other kinds of campaign are run, whether that be an election campaign or an advertising campaign. To discuss w…
 
This episode examines the ways organizing develops a strategy to bring about change, the kinds of tactics used to achieve change, and the different kinds of democratic action involved in moving from the world as it is towards a more just and generous one. To ground the discussion it focuses on the initiation, development, and success of a campaign …
 
This episode focuses on is how to organize money so that it fosters the flourishing of where we live and work through generating different kinds of institutions and ways of building wealth in a community to those that dominate the existing economy. Alternative, more democratic forms of economic production and investment and ways of structuring work…
 
This episode discusses the positive and negative ways money and politics connect and the means to organize money through politics so it serves human flourishing. Democratic politics has always involved a struggle to ensure money serves people rather than people serving money. The paradox is that, to do so, democratic politics necessities not just o…
 
This episode focuses on popular education, discussing what it is and why it’s key to good democratic organizing with Ernesto Cortes, Jr. Alongside organized money, organized people, and organized action, building power to effect change requires organized knowledge. Organized knowledge generates the frameworks of analysis and understanding through w…
 
Building on the previous episodes on power and leadership, in this episode I examine the place of institutions in organizing, discussing what is an institution, what makes for a healthy institution, how and why institutions are central to the kind of place-based, relationally driven democratic politics organizing undertakes, and why without them th…
 
This episode discusses the nature and purpose of leadership in organizing, how it is defined and understood, who are leaders, the difference between leaders and organizers, and what their respective roles are in the shared work of organizing. The understanding and practice of leadership in organizing is very different to that put forward in most le…
 
This episode discusses power, defined simply as the ability to act. It focuses on the relationship between power and democratic politics, the distinction between "power over" or unilateral power and "power with" or relational power, and questions such as who has power, how should it be analyzed, is anyone really powerless, the nature of self-intere…
 
In this episode I examine the second key tool organizing uses for listening, building relationships, and effecting change: the house meeting. As a form of democratic politics that begins with listening and is attentive to the experience, conditions, and stories of people where they live and work, organizing needs practices for listening well. Along…
 
In this, the first episode, I talk to Keisha Krumm and Mike Gecan about what is community organizing, what it involves, and why it matters. Community organizing can also be referred to as broad-based organizing, institution-based organizing, faith-based organizing, or neighborhood organizing. Keisha and Mike prefer just to talk about organizing as …
 
This episode discusses why and how listening is the beginning point of democratic organizing and the role of the one-to-one or relational meeting in that work. The first part is a discussion with Lina Jamoul about what is a one to one, what it involves, and how it differs from other ways of engaging with people in democratic politics. In the second…
 
In this two-part interview, we chat with Stacy Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian at Simmons University in Boston, about police in libraries, as well as the role of policing in the forms of social work and librarianship.Timestamps:• 0:00 - 1:24 Intro• 1:24 - 5:56 Why police shouldn’t be in libraries• 5:56 - 9:56 How to talk about police and …
 
In this two-part interview, we chat with Stacy Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian at Simmons University in Boston, about the Anti-Oppression LibGuide that she’s created, and how anti-oppression is intertwined with children’s literature.Timestamps:• 0:00 - 1:43 Intro• 1:43 - 5:39 How did you get into librarianship?• 5:39 - 11:51 What is anti-…
 
Karen and Allison share some personal-professional updates for 2020, as well as some of their reading joys and reading hopefuls. Listen to the episode: Read along with the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LD2d-NRkOdLSdovxmDYsYW9mZnHuFXZ6pV8hm-jPxmI/edit?usp=sharing Time stamps: 0:00 // Introduction 1:03 // Podcast updates 5:25 // Per…
 
We welcome back our guests Ted Lee and Ean Henninger from Episode 3 of the podcast to talk about precarious work and knowledge mobilization. We discuss questions and qualms we have about knowledge mobilization, how precarious work makes knowledge mobilization difficult, the power of union organizing, and how COVID-19 has affected precarity! This ep…
 
In the first of two conversations, Taylor, Kiki and Matt explore the practice of design justice in the built environment - and the sheer variety of forms design justice can take in reality. Taylor and Kiki share the origins of the Design as Protest Collective (DAP) as a group of anti-racist designers, its policy demands for a more just built enviro…
 
Shari, Jay, and Matt explore the role of budgets in organizing - and how to make budgetary processes of all sorts more accessible and equitable. Shari walks through the steps in the participatory budgeting process and how it can make budgets into the positive moral documents they should be in communities through democratizing decision making power.…
 
If you would like to be an insider to the Organizing for Change Podcast, join our email list. You will be the first to know about upcoming episodes and you will get a summary after each episode with links to anything we have talked about emailed right to your inbox. Just click on the link in the notes to join our community today! Join the Organizin…
 
Matt, Rayshauna, and Maya dive deep into what imposter syndrome means for each of them. They work through the first half of Rayshauna's #theHeartWork Framework to help us explore imposter syndrome's societal roots and its complex individual and community-wide consequences - the lie within imposter syndrome, it's convenient messaging, the core wound…
 
Matt, Nav, and Kyle dive into the realities of our inequitable healthcare system and the opportunities to reimagine our systems to be truly community-based. They explore the ins and outs of organizing for equity within healthcare institutions - and ultimately argue for an expanded, interconnected definition of "health" that invites everyone into th…
 
We sit down with Baharak Yousefi to talk about being a good library boss, the joy and generosity of library Twitter, and the responsibilities of academic freedom... but mostly we talk about power, intersectionality, and anti-oppression. It’s a good one, folks! Follow Baharak on Twitter @BaharakY Read along with the transcript: https://tinyurl.com/y…
 
Matt, Thomas, and Representative Welch pull back the curtain on what coalition building actually looks like in practice - the importance of coalitions in organizing work, how to deal with tensions and disagreements in coalitions, and how to think about coalition building around climate change, specifically. Thomas shares their story organizing in s…
 
If you would like to be an insider to the Organizing for Change Podcast, join our email list. You will be the first to know about upcoming episodes and you will get a summary after each episode with links to anything we have talked about emailed right to your inbox. Just click on the link in the notes to join our community today! Join the Organizin…
 
Matt, Gari, and Lam explore the practice of ethical storytelling as an essential set of skills in community organizing. Lam explores how his innovative "community activism lawyering" model for legal aid aims to shift the paradigm around who gets to tell the stories in the legal aid profession. Gari shares how her work with Our Climate Voices uses t…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Karen’s classmate Clara Giménez-Delgado to talk about her project processing a collection of lantern slides at the Museum of Anthropology. The collection is called the Missionary Society of Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada Slide Collection, and it was the subject of Clara’s final project in Dr.…
 
Matt, Rocio Ortega, and Dr. Kathleen Yang-Clayton discuss organizing around the census as a lens through which we can better interrogate the role of organizing communities to engage in civic institutions of all forms - including registering and turning out to vote. Kathleen shares her journey in advocacy and organizing for racial equity, her role i…
 
Matt, Oscar Sanchez, and Tania Anaissie discuss how to build authentic, equitable relationships in our organizing - and how relationships are the fundamental building blocks of our work. They explore the power of building relationships as both invitation into the work and accountability to the work. Oscar shares his personal experience organizing w…
 
Matt, Rayshauna Gray, and Maya Green discuss the realities of activism and organizing in 2020, from the importance of our own stories to deciding how to get involved and the importance of self-care. They focus on the power of starting with your own story of lived experience. Maya speaks from personal experience around how her story drives her work …
 
Alice and Alex explore their journeys in the disability community, what they've learned from their disability justice work, and what we can all learn from applying a disability justice lens to organizing. They focus on the power of finding community and the importance of interrogating the popular culture of activism and organizing. Alice shares her…
 
What is fascism? How have fascists used libraries in their organizing strategies to gain legitimacy? How does this relate to current TERF room bookings at libraries? And why have libraries struggled so much to respond?! We cover all this and more with Lena Gluck, founder of the Anti-Fascist Library Network. Follow Lena on Twitter @LenaGluck Read al…
 
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