Recommended Reading for Professional Organizers
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There’s a wealth of information online about just everything under the sun, but nothing beats diving into a good book! This post includes a number of suggestions to help you find your next read.
Many of the titles will be of special interest to those who are starting a professional organizing business, but most will be of interest to organizers at all levels of experience.
Before writing the exam to become certified or recertified by The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers, you must meet certain eligibility requirements in terms of education and experience. Whether you’re planning to write the exam or not, it’s recommended that you continually read materials that will help you build upon your existing knowledge base.“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” -Walt DisneyClick To Tweet
Books for New Organizers
If you’re planning to start an organizing business, here are a few titles for you to check out, recommended by readers of Your Organizing Business and myself.
Books about Organizing
Here are a few of my personal favorites. Please keep in mind that I’ve been out of the profession for a while, so I haven’t read any of the latest and greatest!
Books about Time Management
Did I miss your favorite?
If there’s a book you’ve found especially valuable in your organizing business, please tell us about it in the Comments.
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