Professionals bring a lot to the table that inexperienced DIYers do not. While there are many attributes to count, I can almost always break them into two categories: skill and experience. This isn’t to say that DIY organizers don’t have talent or natural skills of their own, but there is most certainly a difference. Here’s what I mean…
Professional organizers are skilled in their line of work, and they’ve had the time to fine-tune and perfect their trade. If they weren’t, their business wouldn’t be very successful now, would it? From studying and earning certificates to creating the perfect shopping list for your organizing project, they bring a level of expertise to every part of the organizing journey. Can you imagine how many trips to the Container Store you’d take if tackling a big project on your own for the first time? And with today’s gas prices?! No thanks! Professional organizers understand how to create & install functional systems in the spaces around your home or business to lead you to your happiest, most manageable life. These systems are created to also be maintainable, crafted specifically to your daily life & routine.
The degree of skill needed is especially true when it comes to clients with ADHD. Sorted Out’s organizers went through training to learn how to organize & create customized systems specific to those with ADHD, so that the organization is successful for YOUR specific needs. Our organizers also boast an impressive list of certificates of study ranging from hoarding behavior to aging clients. Organizing is not a “one size fits all” art form. This is why skill and experience in understanding a variety of needs (and the ability to quickly pivot and provide solutions) is crucial for a successful organization system.