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Productivity for the New Year: Doing More with Less

  • 23 Feb 2010
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Ballard Library Meeting Room: 5614 22nd Ave. N.W. Seattle 98107


  • Non-members are asked make a payment. If you become a member for $25 annually ($15 student), your registration fees are waived.

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Did you make a resolution to be more organized, efficient, or productive in 2010? Join us for this brown bag lunch event and get tricks and tips from Stacey Anderson, professional organizer, speaker and author.

Doors open at noon with Stacey Anderson to begin at 12:15pm. We will wrap up the presentation around 1pm and there will be an opportunity to network and socialize until 1:30pm. Beverages and light dessert provided. Please feel free to bring your lunch to the presentation.

This event is open to anyone interested in getting organized. Please invite your friends and colleagues to join you. The cost is free for Northwest Girls Coalition members, with a $7 suggested donation for non-members. Become a member for only $25 at www.nwgirlscoalition.org and attend networking events and educational programs all year long at no charge.

More about our speaker, Stacey Anderson:

As founder of Organized Innovations, Stacey Anderson has tackled almost every dis-organized situation out there.  Her book Get Organized: Get Revitalized is chalk full of quick, easy to implement tips for those struggling with getting started. Stacey is an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and is currently on the Seattle Chapter board.  She has been a guest expert on local radio and has been featured in many local newspapers. Whether listening to her presentations or working with her in person, everyone comments on Stacey's high energy, humor and ability to provide solutions. Her style is to get you motivated and get you into action so you can reach your goals. Visit her website at www.organizedinnovations.com

This event is not sponsored by The Seattle Public Library.

NWGC Vision: To ensure a healthy, supportive environment for all girls to realize their full potential.

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