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Organized folks make life look easy.
What's inside this book is their secret
Learn how to get organized once and for all
You know you want to be more organized. You know what the end result looks like. There's so much to learn and do, but where do you start? From the chronically disorganized to the perfectionists, many do not know which first step to take. Not knowing the answer to this question causes more frustration and overwhelm - which blocks many folks from even getting started. Instinct tells us to rush out to buy a new calendar or a carload full of matching containers. But the first step is actually figuring out why getting organized is such a challenge. You must first reflect and plan, then act.
Learn how to get organized and stay organized By reading ROAD MAP to Get Organized, you will learn how to:
*Embrace the concept of change
*Determine the source of your challenges
*Discover your thinking, learning and working styles
*Plan your next steps
*Be successful with getting and staying organized
"I want to get organized.
Where the heck do I start? ?"
Productivity expert Helene Segura's clients often wish they could borrow her brain. Ta-dah Her book, R.O.A.D.M.A.P. to Get Organized, is a tour of an organized person's brain. This guidebook is different from other books on organization which don't address the mental and emotional prep work required for success. She guides the reader through the same thought processes that organized people and successful decision-makers follow. Learn what they know - how to develop a plan to get and stay organized.
Some days are good. But on most days you feel like your wheels are spinning. You go, go, go all day long, but at the end of the day, you feel like you've gotten nowhere.
End that feeling now. Purchase this book and get your Road Map to Get Organized today
Ninety percent of Americans are unsuccessful with their New Year's resolution to get organized because they skip the most critical step in the change process. Learn what that key component is and get organized once and for all.