New Years Resolution: Get Organized

Another year is in the books and it’s that time again. You know… that time when you start making resolutions for the New Year. Yep, it’s that time again. If you’re like me and continually don’t live up to resolutions this is not a good time. However, hopefully this time it will be a lot different. I really mean that. That is why I’m passing along something I received recently.

My good friend Jennifer Furrier is organizing a seminar in January on being organized. Sometimes the only thing standing in the way between resolutions and results is a plan. It looks like Jennifer’s seminar could go a long ways towards helping develop a solid plan. In this seminar she says she “will provide simple and effective solutions to become better organized and more efficient with time management.”

Here is a little introduction she sent me about the upcoming seminar:

Do you plan on working another 365 days of your life? What’s that you say? Oh, more than that! Then WHY continue putting up with the stress and angst that comes with disorganization? How about working those upcoming years being more organized, efficient, productive and effective than ever before? These days, maximizing the way you spend your time is more important than ever! Take your business to the next level by attending a one-of-a-kind, info-packed seminar that guarantees you’ll walk away with tools you can immediately implement to start 2009 off on the right foot.

She’s offering a $30 discount if you register before January 1st. Otherwise its $79 for this one day event. Download the PDF for details and registration information. Her website is EssentialOrganizing.Com if you’d like to learn more about her company.

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