The National Association of Professional Organizers, NAPO, wants to spread the word about the benefits of improved organization and its impact on productivity!
Need more hours in the day? Find them by getting more organized.
MT. LAUREL, N.J., Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The New Year is the perfect time to change habits that will improve your life. Becoming more organized can save you time and money. A recent NAPO survey showed that 65% of respondents consider their home at least moderately disorganized. 96% of those respondents felt they would save time by being more organized. Price Waterhouse Cooper estimates that workers spend nearly 50% of their time looking for information because it isn't organized properly.
This is why seven years ago the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) declared January as Get Organized (GO) Month(SM). Make 2011 the year you begin saving time by getting your home or office more organized. Contact a NAPO Professional Organizer in your area by visiting www.napo.net and searching our free online directory, searchable by zip code, country and organizing service.
Throughout the month of January, dozens of NAPO Chapters and thousands of members will be hosting public events around the country, including, Ask-the-Organizer panels, Organize to Economize in the New Year workshops, Shred-and-Organize events, and much more! From Miami, FL, to Seattle, WA, a GO Month event is happening near you. Find one at www.napo.net.
About NAPO: The premier national association dedicated to the field of organizing, the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) is The Organizing Authority®. Since forming in 1985 as a nonprofit professional educational association, NAPO has grown to nearly 4,200 members. NAPO is dedicated to serving its members through education, networking, industry resources, and promoting the profession to the public. For more information about NAPO and Get Organized Month(SM), visit www.napo.net or call NAPO at 856-380-6828.
SOURCE National Association of Professional Organizers