Less Clutter More Business™ A 5-Step Strategy to Increased Profit, Productivity & Peace of Mind with Barbara Hemphill
It is often said that if you want to know what is truly important in someone's life, look at their bank account and their calendar. Do your calendar and your bank account truly reflect the quality of life you really want? If not, you CAN change it, starting now!
Every day is filled with decisions large and small. Clutter is postponed decisions®. Eliminating physical, digital, emotional, and spiritual clutter is essential to accomplishing your work and enjoying your life - and helping others to do the same. A profitable sustainable business is a result of controlling the things you can control, so you can accept the things you can't. This presentation will offer a proven 5-Step Productive Environment Process™ you can begin using immediately to make the decisions - big and small - that will result in the life you deserve!
Participants in this seminar will learn:
- Why target markets are important and how to find yours.
- What went wrong on the road to paperless - and what you can do about it.
- How to overcome the inevitable discouragement challenge.
- When it's time to reinvent yourself - and how.
- Why collaboration wins over competition every time.
With over 37 years as an industry leader, Barbara Hemphill's passion is helping leaders empower others to accomplish their work and enjoy their lives. She especially loves working with entrepreneurs who share her passion for organizing and productivity by helping them create profitable sustainable businesses that combine her proprietary systems with their own unique strengths, talents, and abilities.
Barbara is the author of Taming the Paper Tiger, Organizing Paper @Home: What to Toss and How to Find the Rest!, and Less Clutter More Life. She was recently featured on the cover of Today's Business Woman and in Fast Company magazine. She is past president of NAPO and a two-time winner of the President's Award. As she said many years ago at a NAPO Conference, and still believes today, "Together We Are Better!"