Are you dreaming of a simpler life and an organized environment?
The Dream… Do you aspire to get and stay organized? Do you dream of having more time to do the things that are truly important to you and your family? Do you envision a home with less clutter and more breathing space?
The Problem… You either don’t want or can’t afford an on-site professional organizer, yet you are searching for help.
The Solution… An Organizer/Coach just might be the answer. Explore the possibilities. This is an affordable long-distance support system with a veteran organizer. Together we will…
- Identify obstacles blocking your dream from becoming a reality
- Establish measurable and achievable goals
- Develop a step-by-step action plan that works within your parameters
- Create the process of accountability so that you can leap those hurtles and achieve success
“You must be willing to keep changing and growing.”
John C. Maxwell
Getting Organized: Organizing Resources began in 1994 as a working partner to individuals embarking on a journey to simplify their life and organize their environment.
Almost everyone feels his home or office could be better organized, paperwork effectively managed and processes more efficient and streamlined. But few are cognizant of the exorbitant price that is paid for disorganization–lost opportunities, wasted resources, forgotten appointments, missed events, duplication, stress, fatigue, ulcers, damaged personal relationships, increased physical tension, and so much more.
Client Benefits: It has been written that there is an immediate physical, emotional and psychological payoff the moment one’s surroundings are in order. The process of simplifying and organizing is the foundation to build balance in your life.
Getting organized involves life management skills — the positive steps in reducing clutter, deciding what is important in your life, establishing systems for effective management, and obtaining and maintaining control. There is no better time to let go of the unnecessary and discover tools and resources to facilitate a change.
Call to Action: Take the time to explore how order could change your daily life for the better. Vow to eliminate any disorder that has you trapped, frustrated and overwhelmed. The point of getting organized is not the process but the results. What results do you want to see?
Take a look at “Life Simplified” (by Matt Baier, PO) for a whole bunch of reasons and a whole lot of fun at the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals–Connecticut Chapter. NAPO-CT HomePage
What do you attract in your life? Calm or Chaos? Order or Disorder?
The steps you take today are investments in your future — less stress, less waste and more energy, more time, more money…
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