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Top 7 Questions about Becoming a Professional Organizer

We frequently receive inquiries and questions from people across the globe about how to become a Professional Organizer and is it the right career path for them.  Questions range from "How did you get started in this business?" to "How do I get certified?" While I'm always willing to spend time answering basic inquiries, I usually recommend that you start by reading my book, Get Rich Organizing.  It will answer the majority of your questions.  Then, if you want something more in-depth, I recommend our Fast Track Method Training Program as it is fast, affordable, and extremely comprehensive. To get started I'll answer some of your burning questions: 1. What is the trend in the professional organizing business?
Professional Organizing is one of the fastest growing service businesses today.  People have an abundance of stuff and not enough space or time to declutter.  And, due to the number of television shows like "Hoarders," the topic of organizing …

Niche Professional Organizers - Our Interview with Sheila Delson

Niche Professional Organizers Interviews with Professional Organizers focusing on their unique niche.  This month we interviewedSheila Delson of Free Domain Concepts Anne:Sheila, when and why did you become a professional organizer?
Sheila:I began my professional organizing business in 1994.My children were in High School then, and I was bored with my secretarial job and feeling antsy to do something more creative and fulfilling.I'd been doing ‘the thing' of organizing since I was a young child, but I never made the connection that ‘the thing' had a name…organizing!One day, while searching my local library, I came to the self-help section and gasped when I found a book called "How to Conquer Clutter" by Stephanie Culp. It was kismet; I could feel my heart swell to the answer of my life's purpose and destiny.I haven't looked back since.
Anne:What was the most challenging part of starting your business or working with clients and how did you overcome it?
Sheila:…