Previous Speakers
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2015

No July Meeting
6/2/15 Recognizing and Respecting the Lines: Distinguishing Organizing, Coaching and Psychotherapy, Denslow Brown, Organizer Coach
4/7/15 Small Steps to Purposeful Time Management, Denise Allan, CPO-CD, Simplify Experts
3/3/15 How to Dispose of Things Responsibly Panel
1/6/15 Records Management for Home and Office, Rene Hayes, The Busy Bookkeeper

2014
No December Meeting
11/4/14 Organizers' Favorite Tools, Apps and Ideas
10/7/14 Relationships that Sell and Procrastination, Stephanie Owens, Pleasaholics
9/2/14 Building Resiliency for the Long Haul Risk, Lauren Glickman, Foray Consulting
8/5/14 Eliminate Risk and Gain Rewards Using Technology: A Look Inside How Savvy Successful Small Businesses Operate, Laura Leist, CPO, MOS, CRTS, Eliminate Chaos
No July Meeting
6/3/14 The NLP Name Game: Increasing Your Social Capital, Lindagail Campbell, NLP Pacific
5/6/14 Hoarding Disorder FAQs, Jennifer Sampson, The Hoarding Project
4/1/14 Understanding Chronic Disorganization, Denise Allan, CPO-CD, Simplify Experts
3/4/14 Electronic Organization, Debbie Rosemont, Simply Placed
2/4/14 Salesmanship, Darryl Russell, The Russell Group, LLC
1/17/14 The Professional Organizer as an Agent for Change, Kris Prochaska, KrisProchaska.com

2013
No December Meeting
11/5/13 Key Techniques for Comfortable Networking, Arden Clise, Clise Etiquette
10/1/13 Dress Your Best, Mayna Sgaramella, Closet Fly
9/3/13 Ethical Pitfalls for Professional Organizers (webinar format), Debbie Stanley
8/6/13 Learn the Top Secrets to Launching Powerful Workshops and Webinars and the Five Biggest Mistakes to Avoid" (webinar format). Jean M. DiGiovanna, Workshop University
No July Meeting
5/7/13 Lone Worker Safety Training, Larry Kaminer, The Personal Safety Training Group
4/2/13 Working with the Media, Marc Stiles, Puget Sound Business Journal; Rochelle Alhadeff and Pam Gray, Chat with Women
3/5/13 "Ask an Organizer" Panel
2/5/13 The Myers-Briggs assessment process, Jessica Butts, Jessica Butts Counseling

2012
No December Meeting
11/8/12 Seattle NAPO Bowling Social
10/2/12 YouTube Video Production, Synthiea Kaldi, Thumbprint Corporation
9/4/12 Leading Through your Toughest Challenges, David Koop, The Someday Group
8/7/12 Top Tech Tools for Professional Organizers, Brandie Kajino
No July Meeting
3/6/12 Organizing your money from start to success, Wendy Gillihan, Gryffin Solutions
2/7/12 Creating your Perfect Sewing Space, Lois Hallock, Clearview Designs
1/3/12 Trash & Treasures: What goes in the Garbage & What Someone Else can Use!
Panel members: Tom Watson, EcoConsumer for the Seattle Times and Project Manager, King County Recycling and Environmental Services; Charles Brennick, InterConnection; Allie Kerr, Donate Seattle

2011
No December Meeting
11/1/11 Discover the Power of Twitter to get Business and Referrals, Elizabeth Tackett, Tackett Internet Marketing
9/6/11 Coping with ADHD, Dr. David Pomeroy, ADD Center of Bellevue
8/2/11 When a Client pushes your Boundaries, Jim Sorenson
6/7/11  Secrets of Self-Starters, Dr. Julie Miller
No July Meeting
5/3/11  The upside of a downturn, Sunny Kobe Cook
2/1/11  Get to the point for women in business who mean business, Vanna Novak, Speak to Persuade
1/4/11  Informania and Technohoarding, Judith Kolberg, FileHeads Professional Organizers
10/5/10 Screaming Flea Productions and A&E Hoarders, Alice Ikeda and Allison Josephy

2010
No December Meeting
9/2/10  Enhance your work with visuals, Anne M. Jess, The Doodle Biz
No July Meeting
6/7/10  Social Media to improve your business and help others, Deborah Drake, Authentic Writing Provokes
5/4/10 ADD/ADHD, Dr. David Pomeroy, ADD Center of Bellevue











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