DECIDE to Be Organized: An Empowering Process of Change for Trainers

  • 18 Nov 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • UC Davis Extension at Sutter Square Galleria, 2901 K Street, Sacramento
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Do you ever wish you could be more organized and get everything that really matters done first? Do you frequently begin with the end in mind, only to find yourself getting lost in little projects just to get them out of the way? Sometimes wishing you were more organized just isn’t enough. ASTD Sacramento is here to help! We bring you Lisa Montanaro, one of only a few hundred Certified Professional Organizers worldwide. 

Here is what our attendees will learn:

·       What is clutter?
·       Decluttering Tips & Tools
·       Benefits of being organized
·       Creating systems that work for you
·       Time & Task management
·       Lisa’s unique DECIDE method!

Introducing Lisa Montanaro!


Lisa developed and trademarked a unique organizing methodology called DECIDE to be Organized®, which examines and attempts to overcome the connection between indecisiveness and disorganization. She also wrote "The Ultimate Life Organizer: An Interactive Guide to a Simpler, Less Stressful & More Organized Life," which was published by Peter Pauper Press in 2011.


Is it possible to engage both sides of the brain at once?

Apparently so! Lisa is both organized and creative and has often been referred to as an explosion of right and left brain, which is very clear when you consider that she is equally comfortable on stage belting out a tune as a "triple threat" actress, singer and dancer, as she is in business attire speaking to audiences about productivity, work-life balance, and the secrets of how to get and stay organized.


Come see what living one’s passion looks like! 

Lisa "defected" from her law practice and started her organizing and productivity business on the heels of the 9-11 tragedy. Over the last 11 years, Lisa has expanded her business to include coaching, consulting, speaking and writing. She has very much created her purpose and lives her passion, and now makes it her mission to help others do the same in business and in life. You will come away from Lisa’s presentation a more productive person with concrete steps on better decision making and how to finally get to the most important things in your life.

 

Monday, November 18, 2013

 

Time:  11:30 – 1:00 Registration, Lunch provided by ASTD Sacramento, Networking and Program 


Location:  UC Davis Extension at Sutter Square Galleria, 2901 K Street, Sacramento



Sutter Square Galleria - Directions
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The building has its own parking structure.  
Park on the 2nd floor, so you enter the
building on the same floor as the meeting room.  Bring in your white parking ticket
from the kiosk, so parking can be validated.


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