The past decade has seen life become increasingly sophisticated yet far less labor intensive for many of us. If you want to get and stay ahead, make use of professional organizer services also called ‘efficiency services’.
We are already outsourcing household tasks to other individuals or companies. A few of the efficiency services that you probably use include:
- Delivery services
- Car wash
- House cleaning services
- Home maintenance
More and more of us can afford for those chores to be taken care of by others. Question arises that what is there left for us to do? How can we use our money to maximize the opportunity of our time? That is where professional organizers come in.
Professional Organizer’s are becoming increasingly popular, for a very good reason.
Imagine what a professional organizer working for you could do for you personal organization. You can focus on other important and more valuable aspects of your daily activities with the time saved. If you are running a business, the time gained can be used to scale your business. Everything comes from organization. Here are three core tips to help you choose a professional organizer for you.
1. Find if they are good Listeners
This may seem strange, but the skill of listening is one of the most important that a good professional organizer can have. If the professional organizer can not fully and completely listen to everything you are about and where you are coming from they will never be able to take you to a level of personal organization that satisfies you.
2. Negotiate and choose the best fit
Choosing a professional organizer can be a cause for anxiety itself, which defeats the point of organization services. So here are some key insider tips from a professional organizer, on how you can choose a good professional organizer for your own style and way of doing things.
Make a list of 10 or so professional organizers by doing a search online or in a phone directory. Contact them by phone or email and let them know you are contacting 9 others to find one suitable for you. This lets them know they can not ‘hard sell’ you.
Take a look at their website, read some of their articles, and read their reply email or hear them out by phone. Tell them you still have the others to contact before making your decision. A good professional organizer will approve of your organized approach.
3. Checklist of factors important to you and your business
Make a check list and on your check list you need to score them on ‘How good they listen to you and hear you out’. ‘How interesting and thoughtful they’re products and articles are’. ‘How they’re email response made you feel about them’.
Those three factors alone will give you enough to be able to at least make a short list and might allow you to choose a professional organizer in no time at all.
In the modern lifestyle, time becomes so precious to the potential of opportunities and experiences life has to offer. Using a professional organizer will allow you to maximize the life opportunities and prepare you to be in control of the most valuabe asset ‘your time.’