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Thank you to the over 125 people who participated in the Professional Organizer Training Institute™ training programs this past year. It was my extreme pleasure to inspire, educate, and train you to launch your own Professional Organizing business.

If you are planning to launch your business in 2010 we have upcoming training opportunities to get you started on a successful and profitable business:

Webinar Units I, II, and IV: January 12-March 4, 2010; 5:00-6:00 p.m. Pacific Time; Tuesdays/Thursdays. Registration deadline is December 29, 2009.

Seminar February 8-10, 2010 early bird registration deadline is January 18, 2010. This seminar is already half full.

To say informed about future training opportunities and the organizing industry you are invited to become a fan of the Professional Organizer Training Institute™ Facebook page.

Last, but not least, I am offering FREE shipping on my book Get Rich Organizing through December 24, 2009. After you submit your order, send me an e-mail (anne@solutionsforyou.com) and mention this offer and I will immediately refund the shipping charges.

Again, thank you for your participation and interest in the Professional Organizer Training Institute™.

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