Greater success in life can be achieved by being better organized. More than ever before, our busy lives demand us to be organized.
Developing organizing skills will lead to less stress and frustration and the ability to have more control of your time, your stuff and your space.
You’ll learn how to control clutter and organize your living spaces. Learn how to assess your organizing needs and apply professional organizing principles that will help you clear clutter, reduce stress, save time and live a more simpler satisfying life.
Join Randy Wickstrom, Professional Organizer, and owner of Purple Durple Organizers as he gives the tips and techniques for getting and staying organized.
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“Very nice presentation. Plenty of pep and motivation, which is essential to get busy with an unpleasant task.”
~ Marci Buerger, Adult Program Coordinator, Mount Prospect Public Library
“Well organized and approachable… the handout was helpful and suggestions were things attendees could easily apply at home”
~ Ruth Hafner, Manager of Reader Services, Northbrook Public Library
“Your presentation covered real, everyday situations and the solutions were realistic and attainable”
~ Janice Albrecht, Immediate Past President, GFWC Zion Women’s Club
“Thank you very much for the educational and entertaining program. The consensus was totally positive… a great way for the library to start it’s fall programs.”
~ Carol Carter, Adult Program Coordinator, Lake Bluff Public Library
“Randy’s presentation to our MOPS Group was just perfect… very realistic and nonjudgmental… he was very informative and inspirational! I would highly recommend him.”
~ Christy Bury, Co-Coordinator, MOPS Group of Kenosha
“I had a blast learning how to be more organized and loved the E.A.S.Y. ideas… thanks so much for a great program!”
~ Pam Lloyd, Grayslake, IL
“Many thanks for an excellent presentation. The audience greatly appreciated your step by step approach to maximizing space and time and reducing clutter and inefficiency. Many were inspired to organize their homes and offices.”
~ Nancy Brothers, Coordinator of Programming, Morton Grove Public Library