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Remove Stress of C-Crisis with Viable Organization Projects: Positive Work Distracts & Creates Emotional Boost to Stay Course
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Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance
Raleigh , NC
Saturday, April 11, 2020


Remove Stress of C-Crisis with Viable Organization Projects: Positive Work Distracts & Creates Emotional Boost to Stay Course
 

Taking all steps to ensure physical safety during the C-Crisis should, of course, be everyone's first order of business. That done, the next step is removing the stress of uncertainty with projects to occupy our mind's, stay focused on positive steps towards the future and create emotional well-being. Barbara Hemphill, founder of the Productive Environment Institute and author of Less Clutter More Life, continually emphasizes the role of emotions in holding us back from tackling long-delayed organizational projects, whether they are personal or business related.  

Stress from apprehension and fear consumes the will to act, turning us away from tasks whose difficulties are far less daunting than our agitated brains have conjured up over months and years. Barbara Hemphill, who is offering a Free Quarantine Quickstart Webinar to push people over the fear hump, knows from her client work these "dreaded organizational projects" are often phantoms blown out of all proportion in relation to our ability to sweep them off the board.

A few things should emerge: 1) Once engaged the projects are not as daunting as perceived or imagined, 2) Once finished a level of emotional satisfaction is created to make the next task easier and one to be welcomed not shunned, 3) A level of pride pervades the soul that is accompanied by a level of shame at being unnecessarily frightened.

Dealing with the nuts and bolts, along with the emotions, during every step of the process is Barbara Hemphill's expertise. Saying she has seen it all during forty years of writing books, creating successful programs and dealing with thousands of clients is an understatement. There are very few scenarios Hemphill has not experienced when working with individuals and businesses, large and small, in helping them to organize for success, satisfaction and happiness.  

Now is the time to tackle those "dreaded organization projects" and the road starts with Productive Environment Institute's  Free Quarantine Quickstart Webinar in order help you break through the intellectual and emotional barriers inhibiting progress.  

For more info go to www.QuarantineQuickstart.com.

Here are the four podcasts from Barbara Hemphill's appearance on the James Lowe Radio Show

Free Webinar Quarantine Quickstart from Barbara Hemphill to Achieve Short & Long Term Goals

Get Organized During D-Virus Crisis, Barbara Hemphill on James Lowe Radio on Taking Stock Now

Barbara Hemphill in Emotions, Like Fear, Preventing Us From Delayed Organization Projects

Barbara Hemphill Successful Example of Emotional Blocks to Organizing Life & Business

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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