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Career In Professional Organizing Business

"Professional Organizer enhances the lives of clients by designing systems and processes using organizing principles." - NAPO

There are lots of busy people who need help in managing their work done and are ready to pay a handsome amount if someone takes care of everything done to them on time and in neaten condition. These busy people pay to professional organizers to bring their lives to a smooth orderly shape at both home and office.

Professional Organizer Business is becoming a good career. Soon it will be taking off like a rocket. This is the right time for you to venture in and bank on as competitions are less as of now. It is an industry developed to help individuals with organizing principles. People in professional organizers help them to take control of their time, surroundings, paper and of course systems for life.

The current data reveals that there are about 4,200 professional organizers in United States and eight other foreign countries. The trade association of professional organizers is National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). According to NAPO, a professional organizer "enhances the lives of clients by designing systems and processes using organizing principles and through transferring organizing skills." It also says that professional organizer educates people on organizing solutions and about its benefits as a result.

National Association of Professional Organizers has identified few below categories out of many:

  • Home Office
  • Design and Installation
  • Kitchens
  • Inventory/Assets Control
  • Events
  • Estate Organizing
  • Legal Offices
  • Students Downsizing
  • Storage/Warehouse
  • Closet Organizing
  • Non-Business Office
  • Photographs/Memorabilia/Collections
  • Meetings
  • Garages/Estate Sales
  • Commercial Office
  • Financial/Bookkeeping
  • Time Management
  • Relocation/Moving
  • Medical Offices
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
Things to consider while starting Professional Organizing Business
  • Determining what to charge
  • Attracting clients
  • Organizing homes and offices
  • Controlling clutter and developing filing systems
  • Space planning and storage design
  • Encouraging and educating your clients
  • Time management
  • Growing your business

There have been several television programs related to the job of professional organizers such as Life Laundry of 2002, Clean Sweep, Mission: Organization, Neat, Clean House etc. There have been a channel and magazine on this - NeatTV and Real Simple respectively. A little Google search will guide you how to start professional organizers business. The starting is not tough, but it requires a bit of more knowledge about the career and how to do well in it. There are many articles and e-books available on the Web, and Click Here! for one such helping hand in professional organizers career.

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