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What's Getting in Your Way?
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to attend a half-day NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) conference entitled "Make Yourself Great in 2008". The speakers were fun and inspiring and it was a nice retreat from the hectic pace of National Get Organized Month.
Both speakers addressed the key role of goal setting in making your business (and personal life) a great success. One of the speakers, Sue Pistone of Sue Pistone & Associates, offers organizing services to her clients in addition to executive coaching.
Sue's comments have really had me mulling over the role of goals in the organizing process. After all, we don't just organize for the sake of organizing. Once you know where you want to go and have created the systems and action steps for getting there, you can identify the roadblocks that are in your way. Is disorganization one of the "roadblocks" standing in between you and your goals for 2008?
posted on: 1/19/2008 8:30:00 AM by Shana Prichard
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Shana M. Prichard, MBA owns realign, llc, a professional organizing firm. realign, llc provides small business organizing services including filing system design/implementation, desk and time management and QuickBooks set up and training. realign, llc also provides home-office organizing services to individuals.
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