Get Better Organized

by Bill Good Marketing on September 22, 2014

 

 

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Thursday, September 25, 12:00 Noon, ET
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GET BETTER ORGANIZED

I did a fascinating web search. I Googled “Benefits of Getting Organized.”

Less stress
Relax more
More family time
Improved health
Better example for kids
Fewer little jobs
Find things quicker
More time for yourself
Feel good about your environment
Accomplish more
Feel empowered
More confident
More control
Make a good impression
Become more motivated

I cannot promise you will enjoy all of these benefits if you attend my webinar, but if you are feeling you do not have a system, then order in lunch or fill your coffee cup and join me Thursday, September 25th at 12:00 Noon.

You will learn:

  • How to shift your day from re-active to pro-active.
  • The one principle that will save your business (and your sleep).
  • The most important thing to quit doing now.
  • The one thing you should never do.
  • The three most important things to delegate.
  • The one book you should read now.
  • An amazing app for your smart phone to make sure you don’t forget the important stuff.
  • A filing system that will instantly retrieve important paper documents.
  • A web service that will enable you to NEVER lose a pending email.

Get Better Organized
September 25, 12:00 Noon, ET
Register Here

But I should warn you: if you do make the commitment to get better organized, you will give up benefits of disorganization.

  1. The raw thrill. Remember that now-legendary “file search”? With only 20 minutes to go before your most important presentation, you somehow scrambled through four filing drawers and found the needed file—and you opened the new client relationship. It was absolutely thrilling to pull it off, wasn’t it? There is a certain thrill to disorganization.
  2. Character challenge. Remember the time, maybe just a few days ago, that you finally remembered to call one of your biggest clients, Velda Oldebucks. Just over a year ago, she told you about that jumbo CD. You scribbled it down on your 18-month “Far Side” calendar. But one of the cartoons annoyed you and you put it on your credenza. Fortunately, you bolted awake one morning and remembered. But sadly, you were too late. When you called, she told you that the nice boy from the bank had called last week. She bought a five year CD. The wild plunge of your emotions was quite a ride, wasn’t it?

    Yes, there went $2,500 recurring annual revenue down the tubes—but there’s a silver lining! Ability to overcome losses like that are tests of character; they let you prove to yourself that even the obstacles you throw in your own way can’t stop you from making it. What a benefit!

Here are your choices:

  1. Stick with the thrills of disorganization.
  2. Get better organized.

I’m going to assume that you are done with the thrill of disorganization. So that’s not an option.
A word of caution: The subject of organization is boring, not thrilling. If you’re OK with that, join me.


Get Better Organized
September 25, 12:00 Noon, ET
Register Here


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