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7 Days to An Organized Home Office

$49.00

An online program to help you create your perfect home office – decluttered, streamlined, organized.

[Note: This program is included in the Premium Subscription.]

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7 Days to An Organized Home Office

7 Days To An Organized Home Office:
Clear Clutter and Get More Done

What Is It?

A program to help you create your perfect home office – decluttered, streamlined, organized.

Over 7 days, I’ll help you deal with the practicalities of:

  1. Decluttering your office of paper and paraphernalia you don’t need
  2. Simplifying the way you use your office space
  3. Organizing your desk, filing, paperwork, books, magazines, and office supplies.

But I’ll also help you deal with the habits that cause paper overload and office clutter in the first place – so your home office stays organized!

Who Is It For?

If you:

  • Are drowning in paper
  • Need a better filing system
  • Can’t get things done because you can’t find what you need
  • Find your office has become a dumping ground for other household stuff
  • Procrastinate/feel unmotivated because the space is too chaotic for productive work
  • Fear what might be hiding under the piles of stuff…

Then 7 Days To An Organized Home Office is just for you!

We deal with the habits that cause paper overload and office clutter in the first place – so your home office stays organized.

What Does It Cover?

Over the 7 days we cover:

  • How to reclaim your office space
  • How to sort your piles of paper
  • How to create a usable, simple filing system
  • How to make the best use of your space
  • How to organize your desk
  • The quest for paperlessness – how far should you go?
  • How to deal with mail
  • What to do about receipts
  • How to deal with magazines
  • How to stop paper piles from forming in future
  • When to discard, when to keep, when to archive
  • What to do about hobby and craft paraphernalia
  • How to create – and maintain – a clear desk
  • What to do with course and seminar notes
  • Lots more!!
ALSO COMING SOON: 7 Days To An Organized Computer.
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How Long Does It Take?

7 Days To An Organized Home Office goes for 7 days.

  • Day 1 requires 1-2 hours.
  • Days 2 to 7 each require about 1 hour.

Depending on the size and state of your office, you may want to spend more or less time on each day.

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What Do You Get?

Online Program

Once registered you get password-protected access to the online content.

From your dashboard you can sign up for reminder emails or log in each day to get your guided task.

You can log in from anywhere and at any time that suits you!

7 Guided Tasks

The 7 tasks are provided in simple, easy-to-follow steps that anyone can follow.

The tasks walk you through exactly what to do in order to declutter, streamline and organize your home office.

You receive password access to each day’s guided tasks.

The tasks walk you through exactly what to do to declutter, streamline, and organize your home office. 

Online Check-Ins and Fabulous Community

On completing each day’s task, you ‘check in’ and leave a comment to say you’ve completed the task.

This keeps you accountable and gives you a sense of closure each day, which is very motivating.

You can also exchange tips, ask questions, and enjoy the fun of completing the program with like-minded people.

Sharing the experience with a community of friends is one of the most encouraging and enjoyable aspects of the program.

7 Reminder Emails

You can choose to receive a daily email with a link to the day’s task.

When you get your email just click the link, log in, and away you go.

ALSO COMING SOON: 7 Days To Better Productivity & Time Management.
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What Does It Cost?

It’s a pretty exciting prospect to have your home office decluttered and organized – and in just 7 days.

Even more exciting, it costs only $49.

And Premium Subscribers* pay nothing – it’s already included in your membership.

You’ll love having a better organized office, a clearer mind, and a more productive day – every day!

Click ADD TO CART to book your spot now!

You’ll love having a better organized office, a clearer mind, and a more productive day – every day!

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