not alone . . clutter is a by-product of today's world. It creates an
environmental overload and will attack anyone, anywhere, anytime! Sooner
or later we all share the same problems. However, you can reduce your
stress by conquering the visual frustration that clutter brings.
Here's how . . ."
After that statement
I hear a sigh of relief from the audience. People feel better when they
know they're not alone. Clutter impacts every area of their lives; at
home and at work. As clutter crowds their environment
it burdens their minds, increases their stress and decreases their productivity.
My presentations deliver solutions with product demonstrations, creative
strategies, time-saving tips, and practical points to reveal the secrets
controlling clutter and achieving a more balanced life. High-energy entertainment
fills the room when I share stories of personal battles with clutter,
as well as my experiences behind clients' closed doors!
I'm an active member
of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), the National
Association of Speakers (NSA) and the past president of the Virginia Speakers
Association (VSA). I do volunteer work with area Small Business Administration's
SCORE chapters and Christian Women's clubs.
* If I Could Just Get My House Organized. . . My Mind Could Go to Work!
Studies show that work productivity increases when personal demands are
control. Achieve this balance by incorporating Pat's simple, effective
strategies to get (and stay) organized. No more frantic, "Whoops,
picking up the kids? What's for supper? How will ALL these household chores
ever get done?"
I chose this exciting session. The suggestions, ideas and experiences
were very helpful and can be implemented inexpensively. I could have listened
all day and plan on using her ideas at work and at home." Clemson
University's Professional Development for Women conference, Maryland
* You Know You're a Pack Rat When. . .
Pat has found some pretty amazing things behind closed doors! This
lighthearted, fast paced keynote is the perfect ticket to entertain a
There's even a lesson in the laughs, as audience members look at their
possessions in a different light.
"Thanks for making our annual meeting such a big success. . .it
parts of your keynote hit home with every member!" Virginia
* Clutter Crisis? You Need the E.R. (efficiency
Does your home or office look like an accident waiting to happen? Without
treatment, clutter can become chronic and can kill . . . productivity.
vital that everyone learn how to do CPR (clear, put-away, and rearrange).
This cure is simple with Pat's technique and practical, systematic tips
"You were wonderful!! Some people have told me how they have started
organizing the offices. . .everyone loved you and thought the info was
great." San Luis Valley Board of Cooperative Services, Colorado
* Cut the Car Clutter & Rev Up Sales!
As an outside sales rep for eight years, Pat knows firsthand that, by
clearing out your clutter and organizing the car, everyone looks and feels
more professional, experiences less stress, and becomes more productive.
These easy-to-implement tips will help you to get into the driver's seat
move to the fast lane to increased sales.
"Just a few simple tips have saved me time and eliminated embarrassment
the state of my car! I never thought about using an over-the-seat pocket
organizer....you explained how to use them to become more efficient. Thanks!"
An anonymous outside sales rep for a sportswear company
* Marketing & PR For Entrepreneurs
Short on cash but long on the desire to succeed? Pat has been there! With
collateral and little cash flow she managed to be featured in 83 magazine
newspaper articles (including the New York Times), to appear on national
for four years straight, to become a national columnist, and start and
thriving business. Using Pat's "water torture tips" YOU too
"I enjoyed every minute of the seminar, but most of all the marketing
presentation by Pat. She is specific, articulate and right to the point
. . .
what energy! It was fantastic -- very inspiring, lots of great ideas.
Marketing was put into perspective. . ." GWBC National Assoc. of