JUNE 7, 2016
Debbie Rosemont, It's Simply Placed
"Multitasking Makes You Stupid"
Do you or your clients feel compelled to multitask to get it all done and fit it all it? Are you or they constantly online or checking email while simultaneously on the phone, working on projects, or conducting other business? As Dr. Phil would ask – How’s that working for you? If you’d like to explore a way to work that’s more effective and less stressful, that you can employ during client sessions to help them focus on the task at hand, and that you can teach them so that they can get more done in less time, join us at the June 7th Seattle NAPO meeting for “Multitasking Makes You Stupid”. Led by Debbie Rosemont, Certified Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant with Simply Placed participants will experience the slothfulness of multi-tasking and then uncover the power of focus & learn how to apply it in chaotic environments by focusing on one thing at a time. Come on; you know you want to work smarter, not harder!Industry Partner Spotlight:
Debbie Rosemont, Certified Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant, started Simply Placed in 2003 to help clients increase productivity, maximize efficiency and bring balance and control into their work, homes and lives. Simply Placed associates work with individuals and businesses to create effective organizational systems, clear clutter, successfully manage time, email, tasks, meetings and people, focus on priorities and achieve goals. They help people work smarter, not harder, to increase their bottom line and peace of mind through consulting, hands-on organizing, and group training.
Brent Frerichs, Seattle Goodwill
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