How to Become a Professional Organizer Cody WY
Are you someone who enjoys sorting out other peopleâs mess? Believe it or not, you could get paid to organize clutter. Learn how to start your own professional organizing business.
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How to Become a Professional Organizer
Start a Professional Organizing Business
Are you one of those special people that can corral chaos and clear clutter as easily and naturally as breathing? You might have what it takes to become a professional organizer.
Many people are turning to home businesses for their livelihood, and making use of their natural gifts and abilities in the process. Starting your own professional organizing business could put you into one of the most successful new ventures around. Getting paid, and paid well for doing something which comes easy to you, will make your work seem like play and give you a lot of satisfaction. Besides that, you'll be doing a real service for the organization-impaired!
1 What is a Professional Organizer?The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), defines an organizer as a professional who provides:
- 'information, products and assistance to help others organize to meet their needs." NAPO then continue, "A professional organizer should guide, encourage and educate clients about basic principles of organizing by offering support, focus and direction."