Stop Feeling Guilty About Being Disorganized!

10 Tips that Mess You Up

Feel like you’ve tried everything and still can’t get organized? Do you think you should own stock in your local office supply store as well as Microsoft, Apple and Verizon? Have all the stacking trays that neatly hold files on your desk turned into dust collectors? To add insult to injury, you can’t even remember what you put in those files. Well you’re not alone! We do not give advice on how to get organized. In fact, much of the advice out there actually messes us up even more.

It’s time to Stop Feeling Guilty About Being Disorganized! Discover what Professional Organizer Ann Michael Henry has observed during her 10 years of working with overloaded, overwhelmed, busy professionals. The stories she could tell! When she asks how a popular tip or strategy is working for a client, the frustrated response is “it’s not”.

Ann Michael explores ten organizing myths that may be causing you more harm than good. Along the way, you will discover why some strategies fall short and why others simply won’t work for you. You know what? That’s okay! So, stop beating yourself up, stop feeling guilty and enjoy this breakthrough session that promises to enlighten, entertain and encourage you to make the progress you need to get organized.

“I so enjoyed the Stop Feeling Guilty About Being Disorganized webinar. I just wanted to let you know that everything you said was not only interesting and thought provoking but held my attention. Thanks!

~ Karen Backus

Format: This workshop is available in-person or virtually via teleclass or webinar as:

  • an in-house presentation for a team or department meeting,
  • a professional conference breakout session
  • a professional development opportunity for your local, national, or international association or civic group

Schedule your Stop Feeling Guilty About Being Disorganized workshop now.

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“There is more than one myth that is fouling me up on your list…and most of the examples you gave fit me to a T.”

~ Janet