Skip to main content

VOTE FOR ME!

The Los Angeles chapter of The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO-LA) is proud to present The 2009 Los Angeles Organizing Awards.

On January 30, the professional organizing industry will recognizes the best in the professional organizing industry world-wide. Professional organizers who set the standard for home and business productivity will be acknowledged for their accomplishments, along with those products and services that help consumers and businesses organize anything and everything.

For the 4th straight year, The Los Angeles Organizing Awards will honor twenty individuals and/or companies that represent the best of the best in the professional organizing industry world-wide. Recipients will receive their awards at the public congratulatory gala on January 30, as National "Get Organized Month" comes to a close.

Voting for the 4th Annual Los Angeles Organizing Awards closes December 31. All winners will be decided by popular public vote and will be announced at the Awards.

I will be most appreciative of your vote for Anne Blumer, Professional Organizer Training Institute under the category of Most Valuable Educational Resource (class, workshop, or resource that contributed most to your education about organizing). Go to the upper right corner of my blog now and please VOTE for me!

Thank you in advance for your vote!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Are You Ready to Monetize?

Last week I was a panelist for NAPO's Accelerated Learning Series teleclass on the subject of multiple revenue streams.  In case you missed the call, below are the questions the panelists were asked and my responses.  If you are thinking of adding a revenue stream to your professional organizing business and have questions, please post here.

What are your multiple streams of income?  I have four main categories of streams of income.

Client work including hands-on client sessions, coaching (I received my certificate of coach training with Denslow Brown and the Coach Approach to Organizers), Virtual Organizing (I received my certificate of virtual organizing training with Sheila Delson), subcontractors for large projects and when my calendar is full and Contained Home Consultant with The Container Store.Training Professional Organizers including, in-person training seminars, web-based education, downloadable business and client forms.Writing/authorship Author of Get Rich Organizing – …

Professional Organizer Industry Trends

If you are interested in the Professional Organizer Industry trends (1998-2007) such as this graph, contact me and I will share my findings with you. You can e-mail me at anne@professionalorganizertraininginstitute.com.
Niche Professional Organizers
Welcome to the first in our series of interviews with Professional Organizers focusing on their unique niche. 
This month we interviewedAnnette Admaskeof Back Up Your Life.

Anne:  Annette, Why did you become a professional organizer? Annette:  Quite simply, I wanted to help people. Longer version: I realized that my skill set—innate and professional—focused on helping people understand their needs, and then working with them to achieve their goals and “get it done”. I began my career as a stage manager in the theater, and the theme of helping people around me achieve a greater goal has remained consistent. Anne:  As a Professional Organizer, your unique niche is in helping others organize their life and legacy.  What suggestions do you have for those that feel overwhelmed by this task? Annette: First, take a deep breath! There are so many facets to life and legacy organizing, it is totally normal to get overwhelmed. Take a deep breath, and a pause, and don’t ge…