Karin and Kristyn share their insights on the KonMari consultant certification process. Listen as they discuss how and why they became consultants and whether the KonMari consultant life is right for you.
In this episode, we discuss how we discovered KonMari, how we became KonMari Consultants and what it’s like to have a KonMari consulting business.
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In this episode, you’ll enjoy:
Kristyn sold her starter condo and rental property in Virginia and is now completely settled as a Chicagoan. Karin loves Springtime in New York City!
More examples of KonMari fans becoming KonMari Consultants: Consultants Share the Moment KonMari Changed Their Lives
The Steps to becoming a consultant:
-Step 1: Read the Marie Kondo Books
-Step 2: Tidy Your Home
-Step 3: Attend a Seminar
-Step 4: Join the Community
-Step 5: Submit Tidying Reports
-Step 6: Complete the Exam
-Step 7: Apply for Certification
What it’s like to meet Marie Kondo
A day in the life of a KonMari Consultant
The business considerations associated with being a consultant
On the fence about becoming a consultant? Schedule a Joy Call with Kristyn to discuss your unique situation
"Her Mission, which is Organizing the World!"
"All different walks of life can bring things to KonMari."
"The fact that I was very sure that I had chosen the right thing to do totally trumped any fear I had about entrepreneurship."
"Everyone at the seminars is super passionate about tidying and living their best lives."
"It's important for you to believe that you have something to provide that's valuable to people because you are."
"I never know what to expect when that door opens."
"As much as I love KonMari, if I didn't feel I could create a sustainable business around it, I would have have had to let go of the idea."