How to Start a Professional Organizing Business

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"You want to get it right. ZenBusiness can help."

Mark Cuban, Spokesperson

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Every new year, we all make resolutions. Some have to do with weight loss, getting into shape, or saving more money. And the majority of people have some form of “organizing type” of New Year’s resolution. Is your dream to start your own business as an organizer?

Whether it’s to de-clutter their homes, organize their office filing systems, or organizing tasks at home or in the garage, there is a deep need for order in our homes and offices as we move into each new year. The feeling of a streamlined and efficient system brings peace and comfort in today’s hectic world.

While some people tackle these organizational projects themselves, many people hire professional organizers to help them develop systems, build habits, and create an organized environment.

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Is it your dream to start your own professional organizing business?

Even though you may be a very organized person, this may not be enough to start your organizing company. You need to be able to teach, demonstrate, and implement techniques for both residences and businesses. People skills, management, and patience will all be required to complete paid organizing projects. The top skills needed to succeed in this industry are:

  • Listening and understanding clients’ needs
  • Visualization of space
  • Planning actionable steps
  • Teaching and Coaching Others

Ready to get started?

Here at ZenBusiness, we can start your professional organizer LLC for free (+ state fee), helping keep your startup costs low and providing a resource you can count on.

Disclaimer: The content on this page is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal, tax, or accounting advice. If you have specific questions about any of these topics, seek the counsel of a licensed professional.

“This is your life.
You want to get it right.”

– Mark Cuban on Starting a Business

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3 steps to follow when starting a business

  • Form an LLC to protect your liability
  • Set up your banking and accounting
  • Grow sales by marketing your website

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