Professional Organizers may sound weird and most of the people don’t know that such profession exists. And yet why not? Disorder is everywhere you look in offices and homes.
What is a Professional Organizer?
Just like the title suggests, professional organizers sell their organizing services to businesses and homes, helping other people bring order out of chaos.
From what I can tell after a quick research, professional organizing is a “legitimate home-based business opportunity”. You can read about it at CNN Money (there is also a professional organization you can join, called the National Association of Professional Organizers, or NAPO).
The only disadvantage that I found out is that before starting you should be ready to invest… it’s more than $500 for the startup system, but if you are good enough you can compensate that money for a week.
I guess you are thinking what system and the answer is a Professional Organizer Business Complete Startup System
This system advertises itself as a comprehensive guide to getting started in and running your own successful organizing business. If its advertising is true, it does seem to be quite comprehensive...but expensive also, at 549 dollars. However, if you really can up to 60 dollars per hour as a professional organizer, and system can help you get there, a 500 dollar investment is perfectly reasonable.