Time for the NAPO Conference!

Soon, I will be heading to New Orleans to meet up with my organizing colleagues to hear some great speakers and take some of the best training in the industry at the 25th annual NAPO Conference.  This year’s conference of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)  will be on April 17-20th, 2013, and it’s one of the highlights of my year.  It’s always great fun to meet up with friends and colleagues from all over the world.
In the past 5 years I’ve attended the NAPO conference in cities: Orlando, FL;  Columbus, OH; San Diego, CA; Baltimore, MD and now it will be in New Orleans, LA.  This year, because I am now a veteran conference attendee, I will be buddying up with two new organizers who will be attending the NAPO conference for the first time. I am looking forward to sharing best practices for getting the most out of conference.

This year’s opening keynote will be from David F. Tolin, PhD, ABPP, of the popular A&E TV series, Hoarders, and more recently, My Shopping Addiction on the Oxygen channel.  Dr. Tolin will be opening the conference with his presentation, Unmask the Potential in Your Clients.

Peter Shankman, founder of Help a Reporter Out (HARO), will present the closing keynote,  Unmask the Potential in Your Business: Reinventing the Art of Networking: Helping Mainstream Clients Get Unstuck: Lessons Learned from Clinical Psychology.

For more information about the 2013 NAPO Conference, visit the NAPO website at www.NAPO.net.

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About Jacquie

Jacquie Ross is a professional organizer, a Certified Life and Family Coach and award winning owner of CastAway the Clutter! A busy person's expert, Jacquie works with professionals, seniors, empty nesters and families to develop strategies to reach their goals, identify any road blocks, and find more meaning in their lives. Learn more about Jacquie’s life coaching and parent/youth/family coaching here at the CastAway the Clutter Blog, and for organizing services, visit CastAway the Clutter! Jacquie can also be found on Facebook
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2 Responses to Time for the NAPO Conference!

  1. Maria Iemma says:

    I hope your conference went well and you spent good time with your friends and colleagues