Do you have an office of professionals who could benefit from learning
simple steps to becoming more productive?

Do you have agents who could benefit from some valuable tips on
maximizing time in the workplace?

Would you like the opportunity to learn new tools and simple solutions
for getting and staying organized?

Essential Organizing offers speaking engagements covering a variety of topics, all of
which help you and your colleagues Overcome the Overwhelm that so many feel on
a daily basis. You let us know what issues your company could use help with, and we
put together an exciting and interactive seminar, anywhere from thirty minutes to a half
a day, where audience members can walk away and immediately implement simple,
success-proof tips
and practices guaranteed to increase efficiency in the workplace.
As Barbara Hemphill says, “a productive environment is a profitable environment.”

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Here’s what others had to say after attending one of our seminars:

I just wanted to thank you for giving of your time and talent to help some of us
pile makers become more organized.  Over the last several weeks I have applied
many of your suggestions and have found them most helpful. I now have a place
to put my bills to pay and items to read, IT'S GREAT! I really feel I'm on the right track
with this new system and it's very exciting.  I have always desired to be better
organized and you have helped give me the tools to do so.  My wife thanks you too!

-Scott B. Scottsdale, AZ

I really enjoyed your seminar last night…I put two things into place this morning you suggested and it totally helped…You wouldn’t believe the difference in just getting through a thought!

-Judianne L. Scottsdale, AZ

Call today 480.688.0920 to find out more about how we can help increase productivity
in your workplace and reduce stress in your life and the lives of those you work with!


more testimonials. . .

Call us today: 480.688.0920
Between 1969-1987, US workers added 163 hours (one month) to their working year
-Harvard Economist
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