November 28 - 9:30am - 11:30am
Group Discussion based on the book, "Contagious: Why Things Catch On" by Jonah Berger.
NEW MEETING LOCATION: COLLEGE PARK CLUBHOUSE, 14731 HOLLYOAK, IRVINE, CORNER OF FERN AND HOLLY OAK.
December 12th - Holiday Lunch, 11:30am; Potluck.
A professional organizer enhances the lives of clients by designing systems and processes using organizing principles and through transferring organizing skills. A professional organizer also educates the public on organizing solutions and the resulting benefits. Professional organizers help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper, and their systems for life.
Every professional organizer is unique, with her own level of experience, skills and talents. Each one will provide a different level of value for what they charge. That means that some organizers may come in person to do a very thorough needs assessment before they begin any work in your home, and some may do it over the phone. Some may do the shopping for supplies you need; others may give you a list of what to purchase. Depending on your needs, personality style, temperament, etc., some organizers will be a great fit for you and some will not.
Every organizer has her own pricing schedule, depending on her experience, services offered, etc. You should contact a few organizers from the Member Roster or www.napo.net website and talk to a few to see who you click with and who you feel will do a great job for you.
If you are a prospective, new, or veteran professional organizer OR wish to be an Associate Member (you have a business that supports professional organizers), please join us.
The Organizers Network of Orange County would like to meet you. You are cordially invited to attend our monthly meetings held on the 3rd Monday of each month from 9:30-11:30am. For exact meeting dates, please check the Calendar of Events page. Please use the Contact Us page if you are interested in getting more details about our meetings or becoming an ONOC member.
The Organizers Network of Orange County, is an informal group of independent Professional Organizers who are dedicated to the promotion of the Professional Organizing industry. Many ONOC members are also members of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO, the Organizing Authority) and are committed to upholding the NAPO Code of Ethics. We strive to increase awareness of our field and to help our individual members become better organizers. ONOC members work together on charitable projects, give workshops, teach classes and provide public speaking engagements throughout Orange County. They may be hired individually for residential or business organizing projects.