1. What’s your business type? This is a tough one but simply put I'm in the people business. I make connections and look to solve probles. From helping speakers find a greater stage for their message to helping souls who have lost their way. 2. Did Covid-19 make an impact on your business model? Yes and no, it made me busier as its been felt now the need for human connection, something I have said was lacking for many years. I hope we learn from this. Tamara Linnan 3. Have you made any adjustments to your business model? I have worried less about a vanity metrics and focused on my ability to solve, from my company The Starving Dog to commuity social pages. Contact Me! 1. What’s your business type? Consulting/Educational formerly, onsite work for de-cluttering issues. Also had *just* started monthly inperson presentations for different local groups. 2. Did Covid-19 make an impact on your business model? This basically forced me to re-evaluate HOW I would connect with people in a real way during stay at home orders in WA state. I had clients lined up to do onsite/physical labor, but that was largely sidelined in early March. Tammi Moses 3. Have you made any adjustments to your business model? Primarily this has become online/virtual consultations but still being able to assist, listen & give them some recommendations on clearing their space & clearing their minds.This also means that I am pushing forward more with guests coming on The Hoarding Solution Podcast, which is awesome. Also I am leaning in to talking more about trauma & providing a place for people to tell their stories. I’m meeting some amazing people, getting a broader “platform” in place has been great!I’m continuing to write & blog on issues and that is drawing in additional revenue sources as well. I am now moving toward online presentations & paid webinars to get the information out to so many people who need to know what to do in hoarding situations. Contact Me!