Professional Organizers Can Help You Get More Organized
How is that New Year’s resolution to get organized working out? Well I have good news! The St. Louis Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers wants to help you tackle that resolution. On the morning of March 23, NAPO-St. Louis is sponsoring Get Organized St. Louis, a workshop and expo designed to help the public get the information it needs to create order in their homes, offices and lives. This is the first time an event dedicated to all things organizing has been offered in the St. Louis area. It will be held at St. Charles Community College. You can get more information at http://www.napostl.com/about/2013-napo-st-louis-expo.
The workshop will feature three consecutive educational sessions focused on organizing the home office and ending paper piles, decluttering and organizing the basement and garage, plus sharpening productivity and time management skills. The expo will feature the finest local companies that provide the products and services aimed at creating an uncluttered life.
Professional organizers work with their clients to create individualized organizing systems and strategies in addition to transferring organizing skills. Professional organizers can be found working with homeowners, parents, corporations, small offices, students and also educating the public on organization at events such as Get Organized St. Louis.
There are many reasons that people choose to work with professional organizers. One of the top reasons is the objectivity an organizer brings to the situation. Objectivity is core to developing creative and sustainable organizing solutions. Related to objectivity is non-judgment. Although professional organizers are sensitive to the fact that many of our clients come to us bearing guilt and shame, organizers look at situations analytically.
The St. Louis Chapter for the National Association of Professional Organizers was founded in 2006 and currently has 40 professional organizers and 13 related businesses as members. The national body of NAPO was founded in 1985 and now has over 4000 members from the United States and 12 other countries. NAPO and its local chapters are nonprofit, educational organizations.