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Wednesday, 22 December 2010 19:47

Free seminar offers organization tips

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The Small Business Center of Haywood Community College will offer a free seminar entitled, “Organizing your Work and Life — a Great Way to Start the Year!” from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6, on campus on the first floor in the Student Center.

This workshop will be an entertaining and useful way to start your year, get organized and finally understand the best way to set and achieve your goals. The workshop will cover the three main areas of disorganization: time, information and workspace management. Time management includes: creating effective calendar systems, setting value-based goals, using follow-up systems that work and understanding the difference between “preparation and procrastination.” Information management includes: mastering your inbox, tracking important projects, critical decision making and going from “piles to files.” Workspace management includes: the number one tip for keeping your desk clean, what to put on your desk and why and how to use the “5 second rule” to know if your system is working.

The presenter is Sarah Kirkish, owner of WorkLife Organization. Kirkish has over 18 years of project management experience in corporate America. She is a certified Coach and Professional Organizer. She helps busy professionals simplify their lives from the inside out with her down-to-earth coaching and interactive workshops.

For more information or to preregister for this free seminar, call the Small Business Center at 828.627.4512.

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