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Organizing with Ease Podcast

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Organizing with Ease Podcast

Zeenat Siman & Diana Moll

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Organizing with Ease is a weekly plunge into home organizing with co-hosts Diana Moll and Zeenat Siman, who both live with their families in Miami, FL, also known as 'The 305'. Diana and Zeenat are professional home organizers, wives, and moms. They will educate, entertain and empower you as they explore organizing, motherhood and work. So join them and their guests on the journey to take back control of your home and your time!
 
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 level; the second is to explore the visions and practices that shape small 'd,' participatory democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns. Through a series of conversations with folk who live and b ...
 
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Organizing Ideas

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Organizing Ideas

Organizing Ideas Podcast

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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.
 
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Fundamentals of Organizing

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Fundamentals of Organizing

Fundamentals of Organizing |George Goehl

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We’re talking about applying the craft of organizing to build the future we want. Host George Goehl, one of the nation’s leading progressive organizers, interviews trailblazers who have defined the vanguard of the field--innovators who take organizing fundamentals to uncharted territory. Each episode connects to key principles of organizing, exploring the history of the craft and how it lives and breathes in the work being done on the ground today. Subscribe to our newsletter here.
 
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 ...
 
Revolutionary Organizing Against Racism (ROAR) started as a conference in 2017 during the anti-fascist movement to translate the street protests that were happening all over the US into a more radical analysis about racism’s key role in holding up our entire social structure. It wasn’t enough to oppose street level white supremacy, but that ICE and the prisons are much more efficient institutions at upholding white supremacy, and that if you are anti-racist you must turn your attention to re ...
 
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Organizing Chaos

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Organizing Chaos

Danny Coleman

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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.
 
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Ocean of Organizing

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Ocean of Organizing

Benn Marine

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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 ...
 
San Jose’s Raza community has a rich history and tradition of impactful community organizing that goes back to the 1950s and the founding of the local chapter of The Community Service Organization led by Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Blanca Alvarado, and many others. The emergence of United People Arriba and La Confederacion de La Raza Unida led by Ernestina Garcia, Sofia Mendoza, Rachel Silva and Joaquin Brito in the ’60s led to further political and economic empowerment, culminating in tod ...
 
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 ...
 
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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This episode discusses the work of the hugely influential political theorist, Hannah Arendt, and how it provides profound insights into the nature and purpose of both politics and democratic organizing. Arendt's books include the Origins of Totalitarianism, Eichmann in Jerusalem, The Human Condition, and On Revolution. These works, along with her n…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat let listeners in on all their pro secrets for organizing closets! Don't miss it! Resources mentioned in this episode: Double Hanging Closet Rod Slim Wood Hangers Slim Velvet Hangers Trouser Hangers Drop-Front Sweater Box Storage Bin Valet Rod Purse Divider Shelf Divider 3 Tier Step- Ladder 4 Step Ladder Aluminum Co…
 
This week, Diana talks with Personal Stylist, I'm Rodriguez, who tells us how to incorporate Fall trends into our wardrobes, and shares some great tips for us women who do not have perfectly proportioned bodies (meaning, EVERY woman!). Resources mentioned in this episode: Connect with Kim Rodriguez: Kim's Website Kim's Instagram: @krpersonalstyle K…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat cover how they approach organizing kitchens for keeping up with busy schedules, and reducing weekly meal prep stress - including some unconventional ideas! Resources mentioned in this episode: Divided Freezer Bin Fridge Bin Set Fridge Produce Storage Bin Fridge Turntable Fridge Berry Container Soda Can Storage Disp…
 
Get your decorations out! Halloween's almost here! This week, Diana and Zeenat walk through the steps to get Halloween decorations under control. Resources mentioned in this episode: No-Sew Pillow Cover Tutorial Zeenat's Halloween Placemats Connect with Diana and Zeenat: email: hello@owepodcast.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organizing_wi…
 
Building on the previous episode, this one continues to discuss the work of Bayard Rustin and the overlapping struggles that shaped his vision of democracy and his approach to organizing. I do so with Harry Boyte. We focus on Rustin’s practice as an organizer, his conception of nonviolence as a form of democratic politics, and how to understand Rus…
 
This week, Diana and Zeenat give tons of ideas and tips and product recommendations for the stuff in your hope that's notoriously hard to organize. Resources mentioned in this episode: Battery Organizers Large Battery Organizer Containers for light bulbs 1 Containers for light bulbs 2 Scarf Pull-out Valet Organizer Scarf Valet Multipurpose Bins Und…
 
This episode discusses the remarkable figure of Bayard Rustin who pioneered many of the tactics and strategies still used in large scale organizing work. A lifelong and committed Quaker, Rustin is in many ways a paradoxical figure. A utopian realist or pragmatic radical he was criticized for many of the positions he took yet his commitment to peopl…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat give their best tips about how to organize the cords hanging from your desk, and the cords in your bag. Resources mentioned in this episode: Cable Sleeves Spiral Cable Sleeves Zip-Up Cable Sleeve Neoprene Cable Sleeve Cable Racks Ikea Signum Cable Rack Under-Desk Cable Raceway Keep Cables from Falling Off Your Desk…
 
This week's episode is for the Teachers! Diana and Zeenat have a conversation with Master Education Coach, Pam Alarcon. They also give their favorite tips for organized classrooms just in time for back-to-school. Resources mentioned in this episode: Ikea plastic plates Tattle Shelf File with Label Holder, Wide Michaels 3-Tier Adjustable Bin Michael…
 
In this second part of the episode on Ella Baker, I talk to Gerald Taylor. We discuss the influence Baker’s approach and vision had on him as an organizer, how he sees her understanding of organizing play out on the ground, and his own involvement in myriad grassroots democratic initiatives. Along the way, he recounts a compelling set of stories an…
 
This episode discusses the work of Ella Baker and the different traditions and influences that shaped her organizing and her understanding of democracy. Baker didn’t write much and what she did write is not widely available. Instead, her approach is taught through accounts of it by historians of the civil rights movement and her biographers. So it …
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat talk with Pediatric Physical Therapist, Dawn Meller, about the struggles of toilet training right around back-to-school time. They also discuss some tips for being getting your family prepared for the transition to back-to-school. Resources from Dawn Meller: Download the Guide: 3 Secrets to Creating Your Most Succe…
 
On this Special Edition episode, Diana and Zeenat take a little break to talk with Healthy Hormones Coach, Lana Kirtley, and dream up a simple way to build a healthy habit today! Resources: Lana's Hormone Loving Smoothie Recipes: https://empoweringhealthjourneys.com/smoothies Contact Lana: Website: https://empoweringhealthjourneys.com/ Facebook: ht…
 
In this week's episode, Zeenat and Diana chat about what happens when stuff goes wrong while you're on vacation! Join in by letting them know your vacation mishaps, and what you did to resolve them, by sending them an email at hello@owepodcast.com. Connect with Diana and Zeenat: email: hello@owepodcast.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organ…
 
This week, Diana and Zeenat have a conversation with Real Estate Professional Jena Congdon, who shares great tips for planning for a smooth move, and they also discuss organizing garages. Resources mentioned in this episode: Organizations who Accept Donations in the Miami Area: https://pickupsforbreastcancer.org https://www.bookleggerslibrary.com h…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known latter book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this second p…
 
This two-part episode discusses the work of Saul Alinsky, the “dean of community organizing,” and the different traditions and influences that shaped his democratic vision. The key texts discussed are his two books: “Reveille for Radicals” published in 1946, and his more well known later book, “Rules for Radicals,” written in 1971. In this first pa…
 
This week, Diana and Zeenat talk about moving, and how to make the process smooth and with less stress. Connect with Diana and Zeenat: email: hello@owepodcast.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organizing_with_ease_podcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OWEPodcastโดย Zeenat Siman & Diana Moll
 
With Jed Atkins, I discuss Thucydides understanding of politics, how he has shaped the history of political thought, and the context for him writing "The History of the Peloponnesian War." We then focus on a passage from "The History" known as the Athenian-Melian dialog, reflecting together on the ways this dialogue frames the relationship between …
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat go "on location" and chat about being ready for summer outings, and the easy habits to develop to make these outings simple. Resources mentioned in this episode: Todoist app Connect with Diana and Zeenat: email: hello@owepodcast.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organizing_with_ease_podcast/ Facebook: https:…
 
In the final episode of the season, George talks directly to young organizers today - with the weight of the world on your shoulders, what can each of us do and learn? He shares wisdom and clarifying frameworks on how to win. We live in a time that is so humbling. A world that sometimes feels full of possibility, but just as often appears to be unr…
 
A brief introduction to the new season of the Listen, Organize, Act! Podcast. This season explores the people, texts, and ideas that organizers have turned to again and again to inspire shared action and explain the meaning, purpose, and character of democratic politics. I start the series with an episode on the ancient Greek historian, Thucydides.…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat explain how to quickly organize photos, and also chat about their own organizing projects this summer. Resources mentioned in this episode: Scrapbook Photo, Negatives & Slides Scanner Easy At-Home Photo Scanner Plastic Photo Organizing Box Acid-Free Archival Photo Box Acid-Free Photo Envelopes Connect with Diana an…
 
Organizing school supplies before the summer kicks in is typically a task we push to the bottom of the list, until it’s crunch time when the school year’s about to begin. Why wait until then and why do it all yourself? Teaching kids to take care of their things and being organized for the next school year is one of the best things you can do to sta…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat talk about their summers - how scheduled they are, keeping farmer's hours, and packing tips for summer vacation! Resources mentioned in this episode: Morning Routine Apps (to do before Mom gets up;) https://www.dancemattypingguide.com https://www.duolingo.com Luggage Scale Rechargeable luggage scale Packing cubes E…
 
What do we need to train the leaders of the future? How can we meet the complex and quickly shifting needs of the political and economic landscape in front of us? Pamela Twiss is a longtime organizer and expert trainer who challenges us to get out of our comfort zone and imagine what we could become if we are willing to move past our fears. In our …
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat plunge into prepping for the college dorm move-in, drawing from their own experiences to reduce anxiety and maximize efficiency. They also discuss getting ready for this year's hurricane season! Resources mentioned in this episode: College dorm move-in- Dormify -College Dorm Decor Target College Registry Bed Bath &…
 
Sulma Arias takes us back to the basics of organizing by focusing on what matters. No matter the context, Sulma reminds us that the fundamentals require us to invest in people, to listen more than we speak to guide our actions and to sustain ourselves and others for the long-term work. In this episode, George talks with Sulma as she begins a new ro…
 
This episode is about the quickest and easiest gifts you can get teachers when time's running out! Grab my free template to help you save time on writing your 'Thank you' note or get inspiration from it to come up with your own words. Enjoy the episode and good luck! Now, let me ask you this: when it comes to getting organized and getting the kids …
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat share behind-the-scenes glimpses of their own home offices, talk about how to prepare a shared home office space for the summer, and give ideas about what to do when your home office space isn't ideal. Resources mentioned in this episode: Colored File Folders Connect with Diana and Zeenat: email: hello@owepodcast.c…
 
For the past few years, we have been steeped in the language of crisis, of upheaval. At times it can be difficult to orient ourselves to slow, transformative work while also being responsive to the moment. Saket Soni is the exact person to help us through this moment. On this episode, Saket and I dig into how to build vibrant, resilient organizing …
 
Today's podcast episode was inspired by my client during a kitchen organization session. What is decanting? In this episode I go through the following questions: What is decanting, how do you do it and who should decant? Decanting isn't just for wine or the kitchen but for many other areas in our home. Listen to this episode to find out more ways t…
 
So much of organizing is about radical imagination; in order to struggle for change, we must believe that another way of living is possible. In this episode, George talks with Scott Reed, whose own work reminds us that this radical imagining must start within and spread outward. Join us as we discuss the transformative power of agency, what power c…
 
In this episode, Diana and Zeenat give ideas for how to organize all the kids' artwork that comes home at the end of the school year, talk about an easy system to keep school clothes and uniforms in order, and discuss going through the kids' backpacks at the end of the year. Links to resources mentioned in this episode- Products to store or display…
 
In this episode learn the strategies to use to help your kids store and organize THEIR papers. They are creative little beings who, no doubt, will want to keep everything they make or get from a friend. But how do you get control over the paper chaos? I take you behind the scenes at my house on what it looks like for us as well as tips on how to ke…
 
What is the future we can't yet imagine? How can we center equity and dignity in our organizing? Erica Smiley is a long-time labor organizer with a vision for addressing some of today’s most urgent challenges in the ongoing struggle for multi-racial democracy. During this episode, she and George talk about what we can learn from the past in order t…
 
Today’s episode is part 2 of 2 where I list the 5 Ways To Get Kids To Listen. This is a special episode too because there is a BONUS method that I share with you also. How we speak and present situations to our kids so that they can see the big picture helps them grasp things a lot easier, learn and understand where we’re coming from. The goal here…
 
In this season of Fundamentals of Organizing, host George Goehl is talking to fellow organizers about their organizing journey, and what they see as the essentials we most need to center in the months and years to come. As organizers it can feel like we have the weight of the world on our shoulders. This makes sense since these are heavy times and …
 
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 …
 
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