You have what it takes. You have the building blocks of an organizer. You are capable of creating a lifestyle full of benefits and, yet, you may not even recognize it.
This article is not intended to suggest you build your resume toward becoming a professional organizer. This article is intended to bring awareness of your own abilities and to rally you to grab hold of opportunities that will positively improve your living conditions.
We all need encouragement in order to realize our potential in life and motivation comes about as a result of that encouragement. It creates the drive to be creative. The desire to take what we own and refocus on its use, its ability to serve us, its potential to make us happy and ultimately make changes.
Engage yourself in thought. Think about how many times you encounter the needs of family or what it takes to manage your home, work, school, friends and travel. Maybe you don't consider your challenges each day as building blocks but they are. They are skills that you have developed over time out of necessity. Skills that don't define you but have made you stronger. And, they are skills that you have that you can use to bring order to your world.
Each of your accomplishments utilizes; planning, time management, space allocation, document control, relocation techniques, packing, study, negotiation and redistribution. Big words that maybe you haven't considered as tools in your personal tool box. But, those tools are truly what makes you a skilled organizer. An organizer of time, finances and associations.
You have the building blocks. Treat yourself with respect and honor your capabilities. Remember your accomplishments. Bring order to your life and live the benefits of that order.
It's as simple as that!