March BasketCASE Redefined – Lianne Hofer & Deb Corbett

//March BasketCASE Redefined – Lianne Hofer & Deb Corbett
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Have you ever had a conversation with a client or customer and felt like you didn’t hold up your end of the conversation?  Maybe what you’re trying to say is cluttered with “verbal bugs” that need to be eliminated.  Join Debra Corbett and Lianne Hofer at the March BasketCASE: Redefined to learn about 3 bugs that when eliminated will lead you to dynamic conversations resulting in successful business and personal encounters.

Debra Corbett and Lianne Hofer are the Co-Founders of Dig In Dig Out where clients discover Release, Relief, and Renewal through comprehensive decluttering.  Lianne is a professional organizer and specializes in helping clients make their space peaceful, breathable, and functional while Deb is a clutter specialist focusing on the clutter within. Together, they deliver a rich and innovative approach to help people declutter their mind and life.
Power walks create powerful ideas!  That is exactly what happened when Lianne and Deb walked and talked about life and careers while attempting to solve life’s problems.  They quickly discovered the connection between what goes on inside of us and what happens in our outside space has strong parallels and implications for living.  So, they are honoring the clutter connection with the birth of Dig In Dig Out, helping people clear their mind and space through one to one coaching, workshops, and retreats with plans to include group coaching as they grow.  Their first book, a guided mindfulness journal, will be released this spring.  Stay tuned for more details!
Lianne brings 7 years of professional organizing and a lifetime of keeping others decluttered.  She has grown The Clutter Consultant from birth to one of the highest sought after organizing businesses in the area.  Lianne has been featured in articles for Mass Mutual and The Charlotte Observer as well as multiple radio shows and podcasts.  Funny that her nickname is Mary Poppins and interesting that she was born with a birth defect and told she wouldn’t walk. So, she became a gymnast and learned to fly!
Deb has served in the counseling, training, and teaching field for 25 years as a licensed therapist, high school guidance counselor, and teacher and currently is part of the adjunct faculty with the international award-winning Center for Creative Leadership.  She has been featured on the Charlotte Today Show, interviewed by The New York Times, NBC Nightly News, and AARP’s online magazine, Life Reimagined.  A couple fun facts about Deb are that she sang in a cover band for two years and has climbed Mt Kilimanjaro twice!