How to Start a Home-Based Professional Organizing Business Paperback – Apr 1 2007
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Using plain language and easy-to-follow worksheets, Dawn Noble takes you through every aspect of setting up and running a thriving home-based professional organizing business. She shares her professional experience and expert advice on everything from estimating start-up costs and finding clients to what to wear for different types of assignments and how to stay profitable. Whether you’re just starting to explore your options for a home-based business or are an organizing wizard looking to be your own boss, this guide can help you establish and build your own successful organizing business.
Self-evaluation Quiz + Organizing Tip Sheets + Marketing Plan Worksheet + Client Worksheets + Sample Proposal + Appendix of Product Catalogs and Web Sites
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Answered a lot of questions I had. Some great information. Wished for more info on actual organizing tips and ideas, but I guess that wasn't her focus here, and that is another book...
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P.S. I started a business using this book as a guide...2 weeks later I have my First client!!! Thanks, Dawn!!!
This book will be a good reference for years to come, I believe. It includes key information for day 1 of a career as well as day 300. I have highlighted lots of great advice and I know I will be keeping it close by in case any challenging situations arise in this journey.
I also bought Sara Pederson's book "Born to Organize," and found it to be too general to really help me feel prepared. It was way too simplified for my taste. Perhaps they would work well together (since they are so different) but if you only want to buy one book, I would suggest Dawn Noble's. It was much more detailed and helpful.
(I am someone who likes lots of details and lots of information before I make a leap into something new and I feel like Noble's book satisfied that need. Pederson's book left me wanting much, much more. If you want a basic introduction to the career, and would feel overwhelmed by lots of details and specifics, I guess Pederson's book could be helpful in that kind of situation.)
PS. After using this book for a few days, I wish Amazon would let me change my rating from 4 stars to 5. This is a very, very helpful book and it absolutely deserves 5 stars.