In 2011, Mindy Fairbanks founded Fairbanks Solutions to assist professionals, homeowners, business owners, and entrepreneurs whose to-do lists are longer than the hours in a day. Clients come to Mindy with dauntingly full inboxes; stalled or never-started projects; and rooms, offices, or entire houses overflowing with disorganized stuff.
Mindy is a Golden Circle member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and a subscriber to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization with certificates in ADD, Chronic Disorganization, and Hoarding along with seven Level I Certificates of Study. She is a 2014 graduate of the Core Essentials Program, Coach U. Mindy has been a speaker and panelist on topics about productivity in the workplace, organizing for your lifestyle, and organizing strategies for adults with ADHD.
Because of her expertise with hoarding, Mindy worked with the Lifetime’s TV show, “Hoarders: Family Secrets,” and participated in four episodes during Season 7.
Prior to founding Fairbanks Solutions, Mindy worked in the corporate world for ten years where she honed her skills, process efficiencies, streamlined work environments, and task management. Since 1998, Mindy has been a volunteer and trainer for the American Cancer Society’s Look Good Feel Better Program. She is married to her hunky high school sweetheart. Together with their two children and dog, Chloe, they enjoy time on the lake and travel to far off places.
Using her expertise as both a productivity coach and professional organizer, Mindy helps clients remove barriers, produce results, and accomplish their dreams. Clients say that Mindy helps them move projects forward, create efficient systems and processes, and make space for what matters. Through their work together, clients learn to change their limiting mindsets, so they can put their time and energy to the best use. This means they now have time for stress-free vacations, family adventures, and even quiet “me” time.
Doesn’t it sound dreamy to sit down with a book and a latte and NOT worry one bit about all that you have to do? Or what if you could spend your Saturday afternoons watching your favorite sporting events without a long to-do list waiting for you at home or at the office?
Yes, it is possible to regain control. Think about that for a moment—you could live and work in an environment where you feel balanced, in control, creative, and productive. Because of your new mindset and skills, you could accomplish your dreams (remember, those lovely things?) and, dare we say it, you could have fun doing it.