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The Professional Organizer Industry is Flourishing--Now is the time to start a Professional Organizer business.




We have been training new Professional Organizers for over seven years. Throughout those years we have been tweaking and modifying our program to provide the best comprehensive training program as an affordable investment for a new professional organizer business owner and achievable in the shortest time possible. Beginning with our June 2012 Seminar our training program will provide three distinct layers of training education:

Layer 1 - YOUR LAUNCH of a Professional Organizer Business
Layer 2 - YOUR GROUNDWORK of focused and guided work on your business infrastructure and work with a real client
Layer 3 - YOUR GROWTH - a rewarding and on-going mentor relationship with Anne Blumer, CPO®.

With each layer of our training and education program you will build not only skills but confidence working with clients and managing a business. Layer by layer we will provide you with increased assurance that your business will thrive. There is not another professional organizer training program with our unique layered approach, comprehensiveness, and value.

If you have been considering starting a Professional Organizer business, now is the time.

"Beginning January 1st, 2011 every single day more than 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach the age of 65. That is going to keep happening every single day for the next 19 years."

As a result the Professional Organizer business industry is flourishing to help them downsize. This is just one client sample, there are dozens more to consider.

Don't wait, our seminars for 2012 are filling up and there are only a few seats available.

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Roberts Tracy said…
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