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How to Get Organized & Instantly Improve your Productivity #3 in a 4 Part Series

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During this upcoming Get Organized Google Hangout Alex Mandossian, the king of engagement and professional organizer Kathi Burns will examine the reality that most people seem to have less time and more tasks.

San Diego, CA – March 28, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Almost everyone wants to lead a simpler, less stressful life. With the acceleration of technology and multiple ways to communicate, it seems impossible to keep up the fast pace. Many are struggling to get ahead by working 50-60 hours a week.

Kathi Burns wants to change that pattern. One Get Organized Google Hangout at a time. During this third of four Get Organized Google Hangouts titled “ How to Get Organized and Instantly Improve Your Productivity with Alex Mandossian and Professional Organizer Kathi Burns ” , Alex and Kathi will discuss the many reasons that almost everyone seems to have less and less hours in the day. Why Kathi’s clients are overloaded with responsibilities and too many tasks to accomplish in one day. People move from appointment to appointment as fast as possible and often skip breakfast and lunch.

How to Get Organized and Instantly Improve Your Productivity with Alex Mandossian and Professional Organizer Kathi Burns ” will help viewers learn how to eliminate the unnecessary appointments and tasks that hamper wealth and success. Alex and Kathi will also provide tips to help create a manageable schedule and accomplish the big goals one at a time. It will also provide more clarity about what is needed to get done to business and not get caught up and immersed all day in busy-ness.

All of these tips are based on principals from Kathi’s Amazon best selling book How to Master Your Muck ~ Get Organized. Add Space To Your Life. Live Your Purpose!

Every attendee will be given a free download of the digital book Get Rid of Your Paper Piles Forever and can participate in a contest to win a copy of the entire book How To Master Your Muck! Join Kathi and Alex on this third of four Google hangouts Thursday April 3, 2014 at noon PST (pacific time).

The final Hangout in this series will air on April 10th – How to Get Organized and Take Back Control of the inBox and Emails. This is a must for all of those who feel overwhelmed simply opening up email!

Click the link below to reserve your seat https://plus.google.com/events/c8p4p1lefkmn6uob5np7ihjqnlo

Contact Info:
Name: kathi Burns CPO?
Email: advice@addSpaceToYourLife.com
Phone: 760.840.9997
Organization: addSpace To Your Life!

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