Several years ago I was in Boston for a day of sightseeing. I loved the city and hoped to return one day. You know what they say: be careful what you ask for: you just might get it. I forgot to say I wanted to be there when the weather was warm! I fly into Logan Airport on the 26th of this month. I'm praying to the 'snow gods' to stay their hand while I am there. Actually I am not overwhelmed by the idea of snow or cold as I grew up in Brooklyn. It's ice that scares me. My father could wear street shoes and fly over ice without ever slipping. Me? I'd take teeny tiny steps like a 90 year old and fall on my tail bone at least once a year!
I'll be teaching a three hour seminar on the 29th, Saturday morning at the Wellness Center associated with Emerson Hospital in Concord. The first hour is devoted to the basic mechanics of 'Zen Organizing.' I'll apply the concepts to getting your home organized. And that includes how you manage your time. The next two hours I'll show how these very simple steps apply to office/work life organization and your finances. If you're in the area, I hope you'll join me. The class is $100 and will be followed by a book signing. Check with your tax preparer: this class may be a tax deductible item if you itemize.
Here's the link to the ad Emerson created:
The day before I'll be appearing on the local Fox news channel. And my wonderful friends at The Container Store will be providing me with 10 of my all time favorite products. As you might imagine I am not going to schlepp these goodies back to Los Angeles. Can you imagine my trip through security? "I'm sorry, Officer, That's not a weapon in my pocket: it's a shelf divider!" I'll be giving them away to the folks who ask me the 10 best questions of the day!
If your organization or corporation needs a speaker, please contact me for fee and travel details. But let's try and do it after snow season ends, shall we? By the way I'm going home to New York on March 15 to 19. If you'd like to work with me privately, please contact me as I'll be able to give some time to clients that trip. You know ... when I'm not slipping and sliding on the ice!