Sharon McRill is the founder and owner of the Betty Brigade. Her book, “Downsizing the Silver Tsunami” is the compilation of 16 years of working with thousands of clients and helping them resolve the moving problems and logistical and vendor questions that come up every day. They have put together a comprehensive reference tool that you can refer to over and over to help you navigate the difficult pathways of moving and downsizing.In this episode you’re going to learn what happens to all of your stuff when you move into senior housing. It’s an introduction to what Sharon calls, the “Food Chain of Stuff”.This episode was produced by me. Pat Cupples provided original music with additional music from the band Hotels & Highways.The fact that you’re listening means you see the opportunity. To redesign the intersection of eldercare, senior housing, estate planning, and deathcare. We’re hosting two free events on Zoom coming up, the first is “Opportunities in Green Burial” and the second is “How to Host a Virtual Funeral” all the details and the registration page is on the webiste.Photo by v2osk on UnsplashJoin Us: "How to Host a Virtual Funeral"
The Betty Brigade is a full-service relocation and organization company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan and serving clients nationwide - we come to you! We provide moving coordination, home staging, organizing, handyman– virtually anything busy people need done but have no time to do themselves. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonmcrill/
Living from the Heart – Episode 27 with Sharon McRill
Bestucanb - Living From The Heart
Your show host, Tina Thrussell, shares conversation with Sharon McRill, owner and president of The Betty Brigade (a relocation and organization company based in Michigan) and author of “Downsizing the Silver Tsunami: Who to Call and Where Does the Stuff Go?” Her heart-based mission is to help people live more organized and less stressful lives… and her passion for helping people has taken her a little off the beaten track! Join Tina and Sharon on the fb page Shin Dao – The Way of the Heart to hear more!
Sharon McRill – Is Your Mess Causing You Stress?Aired Friday, 21 June 2019, 7:00 PM ETWith the not so surprising research showing a connection between stress and clutter and the often experienced symptoms of stress and autoimmune flares, let’s talk spring cleaning and decluttering!And, thanks to the easy to implement tips our guest expert Sharon McRill, author of the best-seller ‘Downsizing the Silver Tsunami: Who to call and where does the stuff go?’ and owner and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization, and relocation company is sharing, we discover clutter is one of our more manageable life stressors to solve.Some of what Sharon will share with us is:• Understanding the emotion of letting our stuff go • The simplest way to get your decluttering started • What to do when family members clutter styles differ • plus so much more…Sharon McRill loves to help busy people get things done. As the owner and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization and relocation company, Sharon and her team of 10 “Betties” perform such projects as moving coordination, organizing and staging. For more information on The Betty Brigade, visit www.BettyBrigade.com. Then, listen to this intriguing and productive chat Friday, June 21st at 7 PM ET and later in podcast and video.
Grief And Gratitude Around Letting Go Of Stuff - with guest speaker Sharon McRill
Relationships At Work Podcasts
Letting go of a lifetime of stuff, letting go of ahome you have lived in for many years, letting go ofa lifestyle that may no longer fit where you are now.And it will be a hard thing to do.Author and Co-Founder of Evolutionary Business Council, Sharon McRill, dives into why people have such a hard time letting go and how to reframe the past into the future with Dr. Debra Dupree on MINDSET MONDAYS. The life you led 20 years ago (or more) whenyou moved into this home is no longer the same lifeyou live now. And it’s good. Think about the memories,acknowledge all the joys and sorrows of the timeyou lived here. And know you’re moving on to a newadventure. You will meet new people, have new experiences,ups, downs and all the stuff that life brings.Think of it as a new beginning. And starting fresh isalways a great place to launch from. What if you’reabout to meet a new friend, life-partner or be closerto family? That’s exciting! Are you ready to let go and live a new life of fulfillment, freedom from "stuff" and open new doors? Then listen in!
Easing Out of Our Clutter & What Our Parents Left Behind GUEST: Sharon McRill
Transforming Relationship with Emotional Savvy
Any chance you have "stuff?" Or, whatever you prefer to call it! Maybe, you've had it for awhile, and you're attached to it.Maybe, you are always saying you're going to deal with it.Maybe, you just inherited it from parents who have passed.Maybe, it's a HUGE energy leak, and every time you think about it, you want to run away!Maybe, today is the day it will all make sense how to go about deciding what stays and what goes, what you keep and what you release.>>>>>> Don't miss all the good stuff at the bottom of this page! <<<<<<<<Clutter is something we hear about often, and read about. Somehow, this information is slanted to make it sound like clutter is always a bad thing. No judgment here! We've all heard about the positives of creative clutter, too.What's clear, though, is that you want to have consciously decided what to keep in your possession because you want to have consciously chosen to do so. Today's interview will shed a whole lot of light on clearing the clutter, and knowing exactly what you have, and what you want to keep.Of course, there are many kinds of clutter: physical clutter, emotional clutter, mental clutter, financial clutter, and so on. Today, of course, I talk a little about emotional clutter, and why that's just as important--if not more so in my not so humble opinion...lol--to deal with. Most often, emotional and physical clutter reflect one another, and that's a fine reason for taking the time to listen to how to reduce both today.GUEST: Sharon McRill, Owner and President of The Betty Brigade.a personal assistance and concierge company working from Ann Arbor, MichiganSharon McRill likes to help busy people get things done. The Better Brigade helps busy professionals with moving, home staging, organizing, and handy-man services--with virtually anything clients need done but have no time to do themselves.Laid off from a corporate marketing job in 2003, Sharon turned joblessness into an opportunity in the midst of an ailing economy. As a busy professional herself, she'd fantasized about having a personal assistant. She has grown her team to ten members, including professionals in organizing, home project management, and staging.What an engaging and enlightening--in every sense of the word--conversation. Here are the highlights:HIGHLIGHTS OF TODAY'S EPISODE:What leads you to have an emotional relationship with your stuff?Why is it so hard to let go of some things?Is it necessary to let go of stuff?What is helpful to replace the thoughts, "What if I need it again?" or "It's still good?"What about hoarding? Why does it happen and can you help?What should you do with treasures from another era that you don't really like?And, what business papers do I HAVE TO KEEP and for how long?CONNECT WITH SHARON MCRILL:Website: https://www.BettyBrigade.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/BettyBrigadeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBettyBrigade/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonmcrill/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sharonmcrill/CONNECT WITH DR. RHOBERTA SHALER:Website: ForRelationshipHelp.comFacebook: RelationshipHelpDoctorTwitter: Twitter.com/RhobertaShalerLinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/RhobertaShalerInstagram: Instagram.com/DrRhobertaShalerWANT TO ASK ME QUESTIONS AND HAVE DIRECT ACCESS TO ME IN MY SECRET (Off Facebook) GROUPS?Be first to get my videos, or attend my webinars. Even, two group Ask Me Anything calls each moth. You can. Join my Optimize Circles! CLICK HERE And, get my 21 Steps to Empowered Emotional Savvy via email FREE!Free Passive-Aggressive ChecklistFree Relationship ChecklistSubscribe to Dr. Shaler's newsletter, Tips for RelationshipsFREE ebook: How to Spot a Hijackal®If you have not worked with Dr. Shaler before, you can have your first one-hour session for only $97.#clearmyclutter #emotionalclutter #makemovingeasier #dealingwithstuff #sharonmcrill #bettybrigade#relationshipadvice #Hijackals #toxicpeople #RhobertaShaler #healingenergy #self-love#narcissists #borderlines #antisocial #difficultpeople #emotionalabuse #verbalabuse #stoptoleratingabuse #toxicrelationships #manipulation #walkingoneggshells #mentalhealth #emotionalhealth #abuse #narcissisticabuse #boundaries #personalitydisorder See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EPISODE 188 – Downsizing the Silver Tsunami with Sharon McRill
The Millionaire Woman Show
https://youtu.be/AxcXGoONvxsOwner and president, Sharon McRill, authored the newly released book: “Downsizing the Silver Tsunami: Who to call and where does the stuff go,” a guide to going through the moving process. The book was created to help the 76 million baby boomers in the United States, who will face the need to move or downsize in coming years.The Betty Brigade is proud to have corporate relationships with Corrigan Moving, Bodman Law, Glacier Hills Senior Community and Old National Bank, among others and has a social media reach of nearly 100,000. Additionally, the Betty Brigade was named “Affiliate of The Year” by the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors in 2014.Betty Brigade personnel include professionals in organizing, home project management, and staging. Betty Brigade is bonded and insured, and all team members are background checked at local, state and federal levels. The future is bright for our team! Plans are underway to license Betty Brigade nationwide.Visit our company website at www.BettyBrigade.com
915: Learning Your Industry Before You Launch into it with Sharon McRill Founder and Owner of The Betty Brigade
The Entrepreneur Way
Sharon McRill is owner and president of The Betty Brigade, a relocation and organization company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The company provides moving coordination, and organizing assistance, mostly catering to busy professionals. Laid off from a corporate marketing job, McRill launched The Betty Brigade in 2003, now has a staff of 10. “Really be sure about the direction that you want to go in. If you think that you are moving into a new industry then go see if there are other people out there doing it and meet them, maybe even work for them, learning your industry before you launch into it especially if you haven’t really done it before is an important piece of seeing if it’s a piece for you so really go do your research and don’t get so bogged down in the research that you never take a step forward”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-6s8
Aired Friday, 30 March 2018, 7:00 PM ETMake A Non-Toxic Home with expert Sharon McRillWhile we work hard to restore our health, many things in our home environment can be working against our immune system. Many store-bought cleaning products, personal care, and cosmetics contain listed and even unlisted ingredients that can be highly toxic.In this episode of The Autoimmune Hour, host Sharon Sayler welcomes Sharon McRill, founder, and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization, and relocation company that is a leader in recycling while downsizing and cleaning with nontoxic alternatives.Two weeks after turning 50, Sharon McRill was diagnosed with pulmonary embolisms in both lungs. She was put in an ICU and placed on blood thinners for 3 months after that. This was her wake up call that we are not always making great decisions for ourselves and doctors don’t have all the answers. She began exploring healthy alternatives to seasonal stuffiness, lack of sleep, mood swings and even simple remedies for headaches. Now Sharon has detoxed her home and has made huge switches in her own decisions in what goes on her skin and in her body.She will share us how to keep toxins out of our home and how to make non-toxic cleaners and personal care products that work just as well and often even better including the two things you need to STOP using right now! I was surprised, and I know you will be too…Learn more about Sharon McRill at https://www.facebook.com/TheBettyBrigade/ And then join us Friday, March 30th at 7PM ET for this info-packed, immune-supporting chat.
While we work hard to restore our health, many things in our home environment can be working against our immune system. Many store-bought cleaning products, personal care, and cosmetics contain listed and even unlisted ingredients that can be highly toxic. In this episode of The Autoimmune Hour, host Sharon Sayler welcomes Sharon McRill, founder, and president of The Betty Brigade, an Ann Arbor-based organization, and relocation company that is a leader in recycling while downsizing and cleaning with nontoxic alternatives. Two weeks after turning 50, Sharon McRill was diagnosed with pulmonary embolisms in both lungs. She was put in an ICU and placed on blood thinners for 3 months after that. This was her wake up call that we are not always making great decisions for ourselves and doctors don't have all the answers. She began exploring healthy alternatives to seasonal stuffiness, lack of sleep, mood swings and even simple remedies for headaches. Now Sharon has detoxed her home and has made huge switches in her own decisions in what goes on her skin and in her body.She will share us how to keep toxins out of our home and how to make non-toxic cleaners and personal care products that work just as well and often even better including the two things you need to STOP using right now! I was surprised, and I know you will be too… Learn more about Sharon McRill at https://www.facebook.com/TheBettyBrigade/ And then join us Friday, March 30th at 7PM ET at www.LifeInterruptedRadio.com/Clean for this info-packed, immune-supporting chat.