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I think one of the biggest barriers organizers face when it comes to getting clients is that getting organized, or being organized, is something that people think they should be able to do on their own. They don’t acknowledge that it’s naturally easier for some people to be organized than others. And that you can save a lot of money and time in the long run when you hire a professional organizer.
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I wrote just over 150 blog posts in 2009. Last week, I clicked through them and picked out some of my favorites to share with you in this post. The first go-around, I selected 24. But I figure that’s more than you care to see in one post. So I’ve cut that number in half.
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I work with a lot of chronically disorganized clients and many of them are creative people.
Creative people have a lot going for them. They tend to be fun, full of life, and see the possibility in everything. When it comes to organization, however, they often have a few strikes against them:
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Over at Unclutterer today, my pal Geralin Thomas of Metropolitan Organizing has a terrific blog post on how to hire a professional organizer. It includes fifteen questions to ask a prospective organizer, as well as qualifications to look for.
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