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C-Virus Panic Allows Us to Clear Clutter & Organize-UP: Downtime Means Digging into Life’s Files, House & Office for a New Start
Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance
Raleigh , NC
Monday, March 16, 2020

C-Virus Panic Allows Us to Clear Clutter & Organize-UP: Downtime Means Digging into Life’s Files, House & Office for a New Start

Go to work, drop off kids, get dinner, go shopping, sit in traffic, do laundry, take kids, cook food, clean up sleep, go to work and then do it all again and again and again….sound familiar? When is there time to tackle all the messy situations we procrastinate about or which magically appear in a never ending parade of new complications and problems? All too often there isn't enough. With safety dictating millions stay close or not leave home, and businesses short staffed because of slow downs, now is the time to backfill and "Get 'er done."

Barbara Hemphill, organizing expert and author of upcoming The Clutter Crisis:  How Fear, Greed, and Overwhelm are Crippling America!, believes this virus crisis has given "Americans the rare opportunity to transform their personal and business lives by stepping back to eliminate the clutter and taken charge of their lives. This is not the time to hide in the closet, but to empty and re-organize it. Computer files, email overwhelm, proposals for new or existing business plans, bulging files clogging the back of our minds all ready to get blown out to allow us, once this passes, open field running for the great and important things in life."

Thirty years ago Hemphill's first book, Taming the Paper Tiger,  set her on a path into the field of "organizational protocols" and numerous best-sellers, national media appearances and creating successful programs. Under the umbrella of the Productive Environment Institute she embraces new technologies to offer live webinars in conjunction with programs such as Office Transformation Quickstart and Productivity on Demand for individuals or Productive Environment Day and 7 Information Management Questions for companies. On the home page of PEI website is offered a Productive Environment Score to gauge the current situation and measure progress.  

For the purposes of the current societal crisis, Hemphill believes people can take advantage of isolation time to take stock, regroup, organize and move forward with PEI's 90-Day Less Clutter More Life Virtual Mastermind.  

In just 10 weeks, you will have a de-cluttering success story!

You choose your decluttering project. Then we tackle it together in this structured program. You get the benefit of Barbara's 40 years as a leading expert in the organizing industry, as well as input and support from other participants.

You will meet virtually from 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET on the following Mondays:

March 23, April 6, April 20, May 4 & May 18

You will have homework & virtual support between sessions! We will record the sessions so if you can't attend live, you will be able to watch the recording and work through the program on your own schedule.

Registration includes an autographed copy of Barbara's book Less Clutter More Life!

We are excited to offer you an opportunity to work with Barbara Hemphill, an icon in the organizing industry, for a fraction of her one-on-one coaching fee.

For more information go to https://productiveenvironment.com/

Productive Environment Day with Barbara Hemphill

About Barbara Hemphill:

Spanning a 40+ year career on the cutting edge of a growing industry, Barbara has appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America, in Reader's Digest, USA Today, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, The New York Times, Real Simple, and Guideposts magazine. She is past president of the National Association of Professional Organizers, a winner of the Founder's Award, and a two-time winner of the President's Award.

Barbara's passion is that others will feel the love of Jesus through her whether she ever speaks His name. An adventurer as well as an innovator, Barbara has lived in the West Indies, India, New York City, and Washington, DC. While living in India in the 1970's, she adopted three children. In addition, her family includes two stepchildren, four grandchildren, and her beloved one-of-a-kind husband Alfred Taylor, with whom she shares their own Productive Environment™ in Raleigh, NC.

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