Meet Jodi Granok, MSW:
Professional Organizer | Productivity Consultant | Speaker

   Jodi Granok, MSW is the owner of Organizing Magic, LLC - a professional organizing company in
   St. Louis, Missouri established in 2008.  She is an expert at working with overwhelmed people to           get their homes, offices, and lives organized.

   Prior to her organizing career, Jodi received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Washington           University in St. Louis and spent 13 years as a gerontological social worker.   A religious school             teacher since 1993, Jodi finds continuous inspiration in the interactions and insights she receives
   from her students.

Jodi Granok, MSW - Professional Organizer

   Organizing has always been a passion for Jodi.  This became most apparent when she got married and moved into her
   husband's small house.  Organization was going to be necessary in order for the two of them to peacefully coexist! 
   Jodi shared her success stories about newly organized closets, bookshelves, and cleaning schedules with family and friends.           They suggested that Jodi make organizing her new career.  The idea of making a living doing something she truly loved and felt     inspired by was too good to pass up!
   Jodi is highly organized, detail-oriented, and excellent at time management.  She enjoys logistics, problem-solving, and
   teaching others new skills.  Her clients say that one of Jodi's greatest talents is the ability to explain ideas in a simple and clear     manner.  Jodi approaches each new challenge with patience, creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm.

   Organizing Magic provides hands-on organizing sessions with busy families and students in their homes and offices. 
   Jodi also enjoys speaking to groups around the greater St. Louis area about the benefits of getting organized.  Using humor,       energy, and a common sense approach, Jodi motivates audiences with tips and tricks to get and stay organized!

Peter Walsh and Jodi Granok
Jodi Granok and Dr. Davi d Tolin
   Jodi is a member of NAPO, the National Association of Productivity and               Organizing Professionals, and NAPO-St. Louis.  She is a member of
   NAPO's Golden Circle and is one of the first NAPO members to achieve
   NAPO's Specialist Certificates in Life Transitions, Residential Organizing
   and   Workplace Productivity .

   Jodi served on NAPO's National Board of Directors from 2011-2016. 
   Jodi currently serves as the Treasurer for NAPO-St. Louis.

   Click here to read Jodi's speaking bio, or click here for more details about
   Jodi's  organizing education and credentials.
With Peter Walsh at the 2008 NAPO Conference
 With Dr. David Tolin at the   2013 NAPO Conference

  "Jodi is great at helping me break down what seems like an impossibly, large task into digestible pieces.  She helps me tackle          the organizing projects in a strategic and stepwise fashion, so I am able to get the job done.  The concepts are applicable to          any undertaking.  She is an encouraging and soothing presence, which is especially helpful when I am feeling overwhelmed            and stressed out about organizing my household."
                                                                                     Philana - Chesterfield

  "I just wanted to say thank you for all the help you've given me.  It's been a while since our last session, but all your little
   mantras, and just your general approach to organizing, it's always hanging in the back of my mind.  You really have made a
   lasting difference in my life, even in the small amount of time we actually spent together."

                                                                                   Beth - St. Louis

  "Just wanted to send a note and tell you that you inspired me.  My home was already well organized. But last weekend I did my
   final sweep.  My basement and every closet and drawer has been organized.  The only thing left is probably to get rid of some
   clothing.  I have a pretty large unfinished basement, but just a small area dedicated to storage.  Everything is in plastic bins so
   I can see inside.  Last weekend I finally went through paper and got three large boxes ready to go the shredder.  I reorganized
   the bins and now I even have a pile of empty bins.  But finally I feel really organized, so much so that there is nothing left to do
   (except of course get rid of some more clothes).  But each season I will take more to the Goodwill.  And every time I try
   something on if it doesn’t fit or I don’t think I will wear it again I put it in the Goodwill bag, not back in the closet.  So thank you
   for your posts, and the inspiration."
                                                                                     Valerie - St. Louis