Professional Organizing Business
Professional Organizers are home-based business owners. Some PO's start
out working part-time and establish their businesses while working at
full time jobs. Others jump right in and get going.
Your financial resources will determine if you can quit the day job; if
not, there is no reason why you can't start building your
business in your off hours. Many have done that and were
eventually able to build the business to the point where full time
attention was necessary. By that time, they had established a firm
foundation for their organizing business.
If you don't have a business background, there are many online
resources to help you learn more about starting, building, and managing
a home-business. The links I share here are ones that I found
very helpful, and although it is time consuming, it is well worth it to
set your business up properly, it will save you time and money in the
A Professional Organizer
Due to problems with the autoresponder program, the free email course
has been suspended until the problem is solved. I am in the process of
setting up a new program and the free course will resume when that is
up and running. Thanks for your support!
I recommend you add the two Professional Organizing Ebooks, advertised
on this page, to your PO reference shelf
do anything else, you need a business plan. It doesn't have to be a
full-blown, corporate manual of a plan unless you are seeking a bank
loan, or some form of government funding. If you are doing this on a
shoestring, (as most of us are) you can get all the information you
need from the following web links to help you make your first plan.
Online Small Business Website
business services site based in BC but it provides helpful info,
templates and tools that will help any new entrepreneur learn more
about getting started.
Start up- Assistant
Very comprehensive government of Canada Website with info for all parts
of Canada on starting a business.