Organizing? Let Your Voice Be Heard! Answer the NAPO Survey!

Posted on: October 28th, 2014 by Julie Bestry | 2 Comments

You have the power! Yes, you! You have the power to let your opinions be heard and to help shape the direction of the organizing and productivity industry.

The National Association of Professional Organizers is conducting an online survey to ask members of the public (that would be you, gentle readers) about your attitudes and behaviors related to organizing. Don’t worry, it’s all confidential! Nobody’s going to snap pictures of your junk  drawer (I mean, mountain of miscellaneous magnificence) or tell your boss how many times you were late for work last week.


Ready to share your thoughts on how organizing (or the lack thereof) impacts your life? Want to give the industry some feedback about professional organizing and productivity services? This is your chance. And all of us — members of NAPO — will truly appreciate you sharing your insight.

The survey only takes a few minutes of your time, and lets you use the power of your voice (or, y’know, clicking fingers). Stand up (or, sit down — we’re easy that way) and be counted!

Household-Business Organizing Survey Image

Click now to take the NAPO Household and Business Organizing Survey.

Or, if you just adore using QR Codes (and really, who doesn’t?), you can aim your smart phone’s camera right here:

NAPO QR code with CTA

and the survey will be at your fingertips. Don’t wait. Operators are standing by. (OK, they’re not. It’s the 21st century and this will all go into a data set. There are no operators. Really.)

2 Responses

  1. A.O. Watson says:

    When I stayed organized with systems that worked for me, afforded me the time, energy and money to keep my independence and be available to help others who were in need. Now that I’m the one in need, all I hear is crickets.

  2. Julie Bestry says:

    Thank you for your comment. Lacking support for reaching your goals is, of course, frustrating, especially when you’ve been supportive of others. I encourage you to contact the your nearest NAPO chapter (at to find someone who can offer you assistance, either with professional organizing, or perhaps, if applicable, being pointed in the direction of an appropriate social services agency. Good luck, and again, thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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