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Does "being organized" seem like a perpetual goal for you? How can you get more ideas, and take greater action on those you already have? Donna Dettling (SimplerLifeSolutions.com) shares how an holistic approach to simplifying your life can lead you to greater success with implementing your great ideas.
There is too much clutter and way too much dirt across America. It didn't happen overnight. It wasn't noticed until very recently by the vast majority. And because only a few will be strong enough, willing or able to do the work we're looking at months and years for the most of what has to be done. Lots of effort is already in place, and that's thanks goes to a city in America which is now recognized as typical America. Ferguson, America. For this host, it was Ferguson youth who got my attention on the night of August 10, 2014. It was that night, after doing extensive reseach about Ferguson Missouri, I realized a change I had prayed for had come to America. What begin as a protest became a movement. I think of it as a continuance of Civil Rights Act of 1965. God built a fence around Ferguson, blessed the occupants with encouragement for others and courage to bring to the forefront what America needs most. Healing. They stand for Justice for Mike Brown ...
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Is your desk covered with papers (from a variety of sources) and writing utensils? Or maybe there are a few food wrappers scattered on your desk. It's possible that you have some receipts or books on there as well.
The problem is that usually people need the surface of a desk to work on tasks. If the desk is covered, either they try to pile the items they need on top, or they move everything from the top of the desk into the nearest container so they can work on their desk. If it is the latter, now there is a pile of stuff to contend with later.
In this episode, Productivity Coach and Master Organizer, Janice Russell, will lead listeners through some easy steps which will help them create a desk that is functional for them.
Aren't you ready to convert your "to-do's" into "to-done's"?
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Holidays can be great. A vacation can be wonderful. But then there is "the after".
In the case of the holidays, it's a matter of packing up decorations and putting away presents. After a vacation, you have to unpack plus go through snail mail (and sometimes email).
In this episode, Master Organizer, Janice Russell discusses ways to organize in "the after." Join her and discover some hints to make re-entry just a little bit easier.
Mothers are tired of losing their children to gun violence. They are tired of funerals. They are tired of crying in anguish at the news of another young life snuffed out by a senseless shooting. They want the violence to end, and they are taking to the streets with the aim to close down the business that makes it all possible: gun shops. Mothers Against Guns is an organized effort to stop the flow of guns to depressed inner city areas where crime has increased due to desperation created by lack of economic opportunities. Drug sales have become the means of paying ones rent and groceries for too many families, which involves them in the ongoing turf wars with street organizations who strive to control the drug traffic and rake in the largest share of income from drug sales. It's a deadly war that requires firearms to protect ones right to sell on any given block, and often involves retaliatory shootings by those who seek to avenge past shootings. The cycle of violence never ends. Mothers Against Guns seeks to end the cycle by ending the gun flow. Last week, after protesters marched against Chuck's Gun Shop in Riverdale, Illinois, we explored the point of view of those who uphold the right to carry arms as a means of protection against crime. This week we'll look on the other side of the argument as Dr. JoAnn Roberts, one of the protest march organizers, explains why Mothers Against Guns is seeking to close the shops that sell the weapons which end up in the hands of those who are responsible for senseless shooting deaths.
Tune into the Organize Or Perish show. On this Saturday. We are going into the depths of Black Businesses and their relivance to the black community.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights ways to sell your art on-line. On today’s show Leslie is joined by AHA April co-host Margaret Sheldon. Join Leslie and Margaret as they discuss ways you can tackle spring cleaning in your studio! Do you wish your art supplies were more organized? Do you find that “clutter” disturbs your creativity? Then listen to the show to find out great tips to getting your studio organized!
Dr. Willie Wilson, International Businessman, national television personality, and former Mayoral Candidate, yesterday formerly announced his Presidency for the United States. In our first hour, we'll take a look at what it takes to create a believable campaign in order to run and win the office. Will the American public believe in Dr. Wilson? Can he end war and violence? "It Takes a Village to Raise A Child" is the often repeated African proverb. But it also takes a child to raise a village and motivate village members to work together. In our second hour, we'll talk toLatonya Johnson, Founder of Latonya & Youth of Englewood. She united with others in the Englewood Community of Chicago to create summer programs that develop children's talents and entreprenurial skills. Rather than blame the Mayor, the Governor or even the President of the United States, every adult must step up and be an active member of the community. Her organization is planning a fashion show designed to raise the self esteem of young people and prepare them for a successful future.
You know the old saying "A place for everything and everything in its place?" Well, sometimes that place in in the dumpster.
If you're feeling unmotivated, overwhelmed or stressed, if your intimate relationships are in tatters, if life is completely on top of you, maybe you need to look at the world you've created and what you've surrounded yourself with.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss solutions to getting organized.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
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Do you feel like the paper in your home or office is strangling you? Do you wish you could rid your desk of those distracting piles? Have you ever found yourself wasting time searching for that project folder you know you put down somewhere? Come join us for this dynamic opportunity to learn how to eliminate all your spaces of paper clutter forever.
We will cover:
* the three simple, yet powerful, steps to a clutter-free desk
* what kind of paper systems to set up and how to get them going so you trust them enough to use them
* the tricks to maintaining your new system once the organizing is done
* an easy-to-use process to stop unwanted paper from entering your home
Walk away with a set of guiding principles for sustainable paper management that can last you a lifetime so you are magnificently productive.
Erika Salloux is a Certified Professional Organizer® and founder of Living Harmony, LLC. With over ten years of experience, she works with people who want to get organized so they can live their purpose.
Employing her holistic approach to organizing, Erika conducts transformative programs.
Erika regularly contributes to Boston-area and national media outlets. Her appearances include NPR, NECN, CBS, FOX, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and The Boston Globe.
Erika is an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers.
Tracy K. Pierce is a Clutter Coach & Holistic Organizer. She works with people ready to embark upon a quest of self discovery driven by the desire for Truth. By exploring and releasing clutter as a primary mode of transformation, Tracy guides clients to reclaim space for what matters most. Learn more: www.SynergyOrganizing.com
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So much of our lives is accessible in the virtual world! While it's easy to ignore it and just hope that nothing bad happens, it's pretty simple to take a couple of steps to guard your privacy.
In this episode, Productivity Coach and Master Organizer, Janice Russell, will introduce tools in each of three areas that will protect your virtual life. She'll talk about ways to shield various electronic gadgets, guard passwords, and keep information safe.
Janice will provide simple ways to manage each aspect of your virtual world
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