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About Lisa Jacobs

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Lisa is passionate about home organizing, fashion, and interior design makeovers. IMAGINE IT DONE is the result of that passion. Lisa brings her deep aesthetic sensibilities and good taste to every consulting challenge. Her vast creative and management experience in the US and Europe allows IMAGINE IT DONE to deliver a full spectrum of services.

Lisa Jacobs

Lisa Jacobs began her career in New York City working for the chief creative director, Nick Lamicella, of the ad agency Norman Craig & Kummel Inc. She worked in print production, involved with accounts such as Chanel and Revlon. Lisa also managed the production of photo shoots, selecting the photographer, model, hair/makeup artist, and wardrobe stylist.

Lisa worked directly with Ford, Elite, Wilhemina, and Zoli Management. She later worked for Click, Judy Lane Talent, and Men Model Management. Her strengths and reputation eventually brought her to Paris, where she served as assistant to the creative director of Ecom Advertising, a subsidiary of Havas World Communications, overseeing advertising for Bourjois, Chanel, and Garnier. Lisa also polished her fashion and styling acumen at Bloomingdale's NYC, working with the renowned beauty line, PAYOT, Paris.

A master of organization and time management, Lisa has organized homes from Manhattan to the Hamptons. Lisa is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers.

Mission Statement

Start your day with a reason why—not a reason why not. Each of us has the power to change our environments and ourselves. This allows us to grow, achieve happiness, and be as productive as possible. As organizers, we've developed the skills and experience that have helped many people to organize their lives, assess and reach their goals, improve their image, to help lead a more stress-less life. It is about accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative.

Simplification is key, and less is more. Clutter merely drains you of energy, inhibiting growth and change. What we hold on to says everything about us. Your closet, your home, and your office should express who you are, not who you were, nor who you want to be.

You need to change your mindset to enable you to function within your sphere of understanding. I will give you relevance to what you do and why you do it. You will learn to function better within your space, without imposing other peoples' general organization tips. Organization is more about function rather than rules and decoration.