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Improving My Services for You!

I'm very excited about what I have been working on to improve my services for both my organizing clients and my training participants. Here's a recap:

My book, Get Rich Organizing: A Professional Organizers Survival Guide to Launch, Manage, and Grow a Profitable Business is in the final stages of publishing. Planned release date is early July 2009 and will be available at Amazon and my web sites. Read a sample.


To better meet the needs of my business clients, I am training to become a certified GO System Consultant to provide practical ideas on improving workplace productivity. Call 503-246-0710 and schedule a three-hour productivity session in July and receive a free GO System.


A little fun for my female clients, I will soon be a certified Holobi Personal Stylist and can assess your clothing needs, fashion style, best colors and body's unique proportions. All together, this gives you a roadmap to your brilliance.

What-to-Wear Seminars will be offered soon. This fun and informative seminar can be held at home with friends or an office with associates. Each guest gets a mini-profile to define their body shape and they learn how to dress for their individual shape. Seminar fee is applied toward any Stylist Service. One and a half hours, $25 per person with an 8 person minimum. Call 503-246-0710 to schedule a seminar in August and the host receives a free two-hour profile!

I am volunteering for NAPO national as the Education Committee Quality Assurance Director to ensure NAPO's education programs are providing quality education to its members and the public (where available).

I'm looking forward to providing you with new effortless solutions to organizing your life so you can do more with less.

Comments

You Rock! I can't wait to read it! I am really proud of you Anne!
Anne said…
Thank you Megan! You have been a tremendous support and inspiration as I wrote it!!
Jayne said…
Congrats. I love the blog you always give the best info and advice!

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