Lisa Mark is a Certified Professional Organizer with over 20 years’ experience in the productivity and organizing industry. She specializes in small business & home offices, large spaces such as garages, storage units, attics, sheds & basements, time management & productivity, organized moves, and working with clients with traumatic illness or injury.
After earning her BA from Stanford, Lisa worked in high tech for many years, eventually stepping out to become a stay-at-home mom. She draws on her years of experience in these different venues to provide gentle and supportive productivity and organizing services to her clients. Lisa founded her business, The Time Butler, in 2004.
Lisa is currently serving a 3-year term as Board treasurer of NAPO. She served two terms as treasurer of the San Francisco Chapter of NAPO, as well as two terms as president and two terms as treasurer of the Parents’ Association at her daughters’ high school. She is a member of the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce and is a trained first responder for the Los Altos Community Emergency Response Team. For more information on Lisa’s professional affiliations, click here.
The Time Butler Difference:
You may find a professional organizer who charges less per hour but you won’t find anyone who gets the job done as efficiently & effectively as Lisa and her team do. With over 20 years’ experience in the productivity and organizing industry, we offer streamlined organizing services that fit your needs and a full database of contacts and resources. We’ve spent years investing in our business and growing our knowledge base. As members of NAPO, NAPO-SFBA, and the local Chamber of Commerce we participate in ongoing education, increase our skills, and keep up with the latest industry developments.
The Time Butler clients include:
- Small business & home office productivity and organizing clients
- Clients who want to organize large spaces: garages, storage units, basements, attics, sheds
- People experiencing traumatic illness or injury, including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Busy Professionals
- Situational Disorganization clients. Situational disorganization occurs when one finds oneself in clutter or chaos for a short period of time, resulting from an unusual turn of events or changes in living arrangements
- Chronically disorganized clients
- Differently-abled clients
The SPACE Process:
The SPACE process can be used for any type of organizing: time & calendar management, paper & electronic file systems, large spaces organizing, and move management. SPACE stands for Sort, Purge, Assign a home, Containerize, & Equalize.
We start by sorting like with like, purging unneeded items as we go. Then we determine where things live and how they’re stored. Finally we’ll work on the maintenance part of the organizing process.
All work we do is confidential, non-judgmental and tailored to your specific lifestyle & requirements.
Give us a little time to make a big difference. Let us show you how; contact us now for a free phone assessment.