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You Are a Superhero!



I wanted to take a moment to check in with you and see how you are doing.   I want to hear from you.  Are things going fabulously well?  Wonderful, I want to hear all about your success!!  Are you feeling stuck, and not sure which direction to take or what resources could help you get unstuck?  I'm here, how can I support you in your launch or growth of your organizing business?

If you are just starting your business or contemplating to start an organizing business, guess what?  It's a great time to be a Professional Organizer!  Everywhere I look, Professional Organizing is in the news.  Did you happen to see this episode of CBS News, Making a clean sweep: Decluttering Your Life?  What great press for our industry!

NAPO's Public Opinion Survey where, in response to the question what is a professional organizer, respondents replied, "A kind of superhero whose ability to improve lives cannot be overstated."  I love that!  A superhero!!  And, the top three reasons someone hires a Professional Organizer are (1) recommendations and reputation, (2) personality compatibility, and (3) skills, knowledge, and expertise.

We can help you gain the skills, knowledge, and expertise to not only work with clients but equally important to launch and grow a profitable business.  If you would like to learn more about how we can help you get started, call me.  I have grown my business with twelve distinct streams of revenue.  If you would like to learn how to add streams of revenue to your business, let me know.  

Are you feeling isolated?  Come join the IPO community on Facebook.  Together we are better!
 
I look forward to helping you launch or expand your profitable organizing business!

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