“Organising is fun. Whenever we go into lockdown, I get more decluttering done.” That’s how one conversation went this morning.
I’ve heard it all before.
- “I’ve cleaned out another drawer.”
- “I donated a bunch of kids clothes.”
- “I love having a good clear out.”
- “I rearranged the pantry and now I can find everything I need.”
- “My wardrobe looks amazing now.”
There are lots of people who relish the chance to get more organised, and even think organising is fun. I know because I’m one of them.
And then there’s the other common thing I hear.
- “I have so much stuff I don’t know where to start.”
- “I wish I could get organised, but every time I try, it ends in tears.”
- “I have piles of stuff I need to keep but I don’t know how to organise it.”
- “I’ve bought the containers. Now what do I do?”
- “Why can’t I do this on my own?”
There are lots of people who want to be more organised, have less clutter, feel more in control, but for them it is not fun. It just isn’t their strong suit. They need help to make it happen.
If only there were a way to match the people who find organising is fun and easy with the people who need organising help.
Well, there is a way. People who find it fun and easy to organise are in a perfect position to consider a career as a professional organiser and make a living from working with the people who need help.
A love for organising and helping others isn’t everything you need to be a great organiser, but it sure is a great start.
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