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Blog: The Organized Entrepreneur
What is an entrepreneur . . .

This week I have been feeling frazzled, stressed and maybe even a little . . . disorganized. These are not the words my clients are expecting to hear from their professional organizer. PO's are supposed to have it all together, all the time - right? Wrong. Even though I am organized by nature, I am still an entrepreneur. If you look up entrepreneur on, you will find several definitions, but the first and most comprehensive one listed says:


posted on: 10/13/2007 8:30:00 AM  by Shana Prichard
category: Business

Blog: Achieving Business Efficiency
Your sick, your tired, and your customerless

Well, I think the most important thing to know about business efficiency is what is. So I think this is where we will start. In continuing posts, I will have lots of tips and tools to help you keep your business running efficiently. defines business as many things, only a few of which we are going to focus on. "A person, partnership, or corporation engaged in commerce, manufacturing, or a service; profit-seeking enterprise or concern." and "a building or site where commercial work is carried on, as a factory, store, or office; place of work." defines efficiency as...


posted on: 10/12/2007 8:30:00 AM  by Irene Kochis
category: Business

Blog: Technology As An Organizing Tool
Taking Back Your Life

After a long search for a really good book about Microsoft Outlook one that would explain how to use the time and task management functions I was thrilled to find Sally McGhee's Take Back Your Life! Using Microsoft Outlook to Get Organized and Stay Organized. Making the time to implement McGhee's strategies was of course another problem altogether. My next happy discovery was that her company also sells an Outlook Add-in to simplify the process. After downloading the free trial from, I was happy with what I saw, and made a purchase....


posted on: 10/11/2007 8:30:00 AM  by Janet Barclay
category: Business

Blog: Creating An Organized Office
Five Steps to and Organized Office

Getting from chaos to calm is a difficult process. I have come up with a five step program to help you through the organizing process.

  Step One: Focus