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INTRODUCING THE GO SYSTEM



I’m kicking off GO Month with my GO System Webinar Lunch and Learn series.

GO stands for Getting Organized. January 2010 will mark the sixth year of NAPO sponsoring Get Organized (GO) Month. GO Month is dedicated to raising awareness of the benefits of getting organized and of hiring a NAPO professional organizer.

The GO System is a training course that focuses on workplace productivity. This course is for those of you who have “had enough” in terms of workplace stress, long hours and unproductive workdays…and are seriously ready to get more focused, organized and productive. The GO System addresses seven major issues that help significantly improve personal and workplace results including:
1. Establishing strong foundational habits
2. Processing incoming items
3. Prioritizing
4. Using time rationally
5. Effectively managing projects
6. Understanding personality issues
7. Understanding psychological issues

The bottom line – you’ll get more done!

Many people offer the following advice: They tell you to, “Work smarter…not harder! Few of these people offer any specific, solid, practical or proven suggestions on how to do this.

The GO System addresses 14 specific issues, ideas and strategies to help you learn to work smarter, not harder. People often say, “If I get one good idea from a training course it will be worth my time and money.” You will experience and enjoy at least 14 major takeaways from the GO System course.

You'll be able to:
Ensure that time spent at work is quality, productive time
Decrease productivity-killing stress and anxiety
Improve your ability to follow up and follow through on assignments
Improve your ability to quickly recover from unexpected interruptions
Increase your contribution to the bottom-line results of your organization

The GO System course content is unique, interesting, relevant, easy-to-understand and easy-to implement. Researchers have determined time and time again that people pay attention to, and remember, things that are novel, interesting, relevant to their particular situation and clearly presented.

Now, more than any other time you need to be demonstrating that you are organized, productive, and highly effective either in your workplace, to your customers, for your family, and for yourself.

Register for my GO System Webinar training and learn simple, specific and effective solutions that offer quick relief to workplace and personal stress. Over the course of three one-hour live “lunch and learn” webinars you will learn specifically about:
1. WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY ILLUSIONS
2. MULTI-TASKING VS. PRODUCTIVITY
3. CONQUERING MENTAL AND PHYSICAL CLUTTER
4. 5X5 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
5. SIMPLIFIED PRIORITIZING
6. STRATEGIES FOR ACCEPTING THE INFLEXIBILITY OF TIME
7. THE JOB OF A PROBLEM IS TO GET YOUR ATTENTION
8. A SIMPLE MODEL FOR CREATING DESIRED RESULTS
9. AVOIDING AVOIDANCE STRATEGIES
10. PEOPLE, PERSONALITIES AND PRODUCTIVITY
11. SELF-DEFEATING BEHAVIOR INFLUENCES
12. BEHAVIORAL TAPES
13. PROCRASTINATION
14. CHANGING BAD AND UGLY HABITS INTO GOOD HABITS
15. FINAL [SELF] EXAMINATION

Your $64.95 registration payment includes:

A 64-page, four-color, high quality, professionally developed workbook to reinforce the course material during the class and document all the main points of the training course for after class review. $19.95 (includes shipping)



THREE one-hour live lunch and learn webinars ($15 each hour):
January 22, 29, and February 5 (12:00-1:00 p.m. East Coast OR 12:00-1:00 West Coast Time), OR

February 12,19, and 26 (12:00-1:00 p.m. East Coast OR 12:00-1:00 West Coast Time), OR

March 5, 12, and 19 (12:00-1:00 p.m. East Coast OR 12:00-1:00 West Coast Time),

Access to a special GO System resources website for 12 months following your participation in the course. This website offers a wide variety of tools, resources, articles and information to help reinforce and implement the ideas presented in the GO System course.


What about the return-on-investment for the training?

In terms of money, compute both the cost of disorganization and the break-even related to your investment in GO System training.

In terms of time, give me 3 hours of your time and I’ll show you how to free up over 10 weeks of available time over the next 12 months. Not a bad tradeoff!

To borrow a tag line from a TV ad, the relief from stress and anxiety is priceless!

Don’t spend one more day lacking focus, being unproductive, or disorganized! Register for your GO System training now! Space is limited--register now!

Comments

Janet Barclay said…
Sounds like a good program and a good deal! I don't know anyone who couldn't stand to be even a little more productive. :)

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