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Close Up Radio Spotlights Miriam Ortiz y Pino of More than Organized

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Albuquerque, NM – Miriam Ortiz y Pino is a Certified Professional Organizer, Simplicity Expert and the founder of More than Organized, where she empowers entrepreneurs and creatives to achieve more by removing what stands in the way of what they want. Whether you’re struggling to organize your work life, declutter your home, manage your time, get control of your documents, or just feel overwhelmed and frustrated, Miriam can help you break out of overwhelm, eliminate distractions and create the environment you need to do your best work.

Miriam ensures what needs doing gets done by creating simple systems that are easy to implement and work for you.

In 2007, Miriam received her CPO designation from the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, becoming one of the first Certified Professional Organizers in the world.

“People are generally resistant to change. Our brains seek that calm and certainty of knowing what's going to happen next,” says Miriam. “I am certified to help people work through their limiting beliefs to rethink their workflow.”

And it doesn’t stop at the office door. Miriam’s goal is help you simplify all areas of your life. Miriam will typically work with clients over a six month period to set up their systems and get their mindset and habits established. In addition to her work as a professional organizer, Miriam is also a Money Breakthrough Business Coach

“There's a direct correlation between people's money mindset and their relationship to their stuff,” says Miriam. “Once I make that connection for people, the results are just exponentially better.”

For more information, visit www.morethanorganized.net