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Called “the queen of helping people put their lives in order” by the USA Today, Julie is the organization and time management guru.
I saw her on The Oprah Show probably ten years ago, and I have never forgotten what she said that day about purging clutter. I’ve been impressed by her ever since, and I’ve even purchased a couple of her books.
Julie’s advice is timeless as she helps people to fix their emotional issues in order to help them fix their organizational/productivity/time management/clutter issues. She calls it the “Inside Out” approach, and it’s brilliant.
Lucky for us on the interwebs, Julie is hosting a live online event at The Knowledge-Economy this Tuesday, January 13, from 7-9 ET/4-6 PT called Time Management for the New Year.
“Ever feel like you’re off, maybe by just a step? Does life feel out of balance? In today’s fast-paced, high-pressure world, we face no greater challenge in our personal and professional lives than managing our time.
Join New York Times best-selling author and one of the world’s foremost time management and organization experts, Julie Morgenstern, as she shares a whole new way of looking at time for the New Year. Using her groundbreaking “inside-out” approach, Julie helps you uncover your psychological strengths and weaknesses so you can craft a lasting time-management system that works with your personal style, whether it be spontaneous and easily distracted or highly regimented and efficient. Learn how to conclude every day with a sense of accomplishment and balance . . . not frustration.
In this two hour seminar, Julie teaches you how to boost productivity by:
- Harnessing your natural energy cycles.
- Connecting your daily activities to big-picture goals.
- Viewing time in more tangible, measurable terms.
- Effectively mapping out your day to focus on what’s important.
- Staying in balance.
- Learning techniques for saying “No.”
- Staying focused on your most critical tasks.
- Applying the SPACE Formula to manage tasks and interruptions.
- Selecting the best planner (paper, computer, or electronic) for you.
Your schedule must honor and celebrate who you are—not try to fit you into some cookie-cutter “ideal.” Time management from the inside out honors and celebrates the fact that everyone is different. Don’t miss your chance to join Julie to learn her ground-breaking process for discovering and creating your ideal life in 2009!”
Time Management for the New Year.
With everything that I do, I need to attend this seminar. I can’t wait for Tuesday to get here.
Are you going to sit with me at the event? We can all attend together. The cost is very reasonable: $20 for two hours of instruction from Julie Morgenstern.
Wait a minute. You’re busy on the 13th? No problem! The event will be available On Demand on The Knowledge-Economy website some time around the 20th. You can wait and get it that way instead.
And, guess what, Dear Reader! The Knowledge-Economy is giving away one free pass for this live online event to each of two Feels like Home readers! woo!
To enter: Visit Julie’s website and tell me which of her products you’d be most likely to purchase for yourself. Then come back here and leave your choice in a comment, along with a valid email address.
For extra entries: You can earn one extra entry for each of the following:
- Tweet about this giveaway and leave the URL for the Tweet in the comments.
- Write about this giveaway on your blog, including Feels like Home, Julie Morgenstern, and The Knowledge-Economy. Leave the URL in a comment.
- Post my button on your sidebar. Report the URL for your site in a comment.
- Subscribe to my feed and report it in the comments.
Good luck! I’ll use Random.org to choose 2 winners at 4 pm ET on January 12.
Fine print – The sponsor of the contest will email each of the two winners one complementary pass to attend the Time Management for the New Year event. Entries are thus invalid without an email address.
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