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Top Ten Clues You Might Need An Organizer . . .
You Might Need An Organizer If . . .
1. The new guy in maintenance called 911 because he thought your office had been vandalized.
2. Last Christmas, your assistant, best friend and spouse each gave you a copy of "Organizing for Dummies".
3. You find yourself working in your children's playroom instead of the home office because it seems so peaceful in there.
4. When showing new clients around your office, you take your name badge off your desk and call it the "storage room".
5. You secretly believe in the organizing fairy.
6. The piles of paper from your home office gave up and moved into the guest room.
7. You can't find your desk.
8. Your New Year's resolution was to get organized . . . every year since 1980!
9. Your email inbox no longer "dings" when you get new mail. Now it just groans.
10. Your CPA just posted a sign on the door that says "No Shoe Boxes"; and you know it was meant for you.
posted on: 4/6/2009 7:31:10 AM by Shana Prichard
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Shana M. Prichard, MBA owns realign, llc, a professional organizing firm. realign, llc provides small business organizing services including filing system design/implementation, desk and time management and QuickBooks set up and training. realign, llc also provides home-office organizing services to individuals.
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