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One Hour Business Strategy Call Winner - NAPO 2013 Expo Drawing



The winner of the one hour business strategy call with me is …. Sarah Bounds, Seeding Simplicity in Austin, Texas! (watch the drawing here) Sarah, call or email me to set up your business strategy call.

Everyone can be a winner with our NOLA2013 discount! $50 off our Fast Track Method™ Layer 1 Self-Study Program and $150 off our Layer 1, 2, and 3 Seminar Program. The discount code and our July 15-17 seminar early bird registration ends May 31st

If you, or you hear of someone, who wants to develop skills and confidence to work with clients and manage a business, our training program is the place to start or restart a Professional Organizer business.  We launch you now, we launch you well, and we launch you fast with instant credentials.


Connecting with other organizers from all over and at varying levels of experience is what I love most about conference.  Thank you to all who stopped by and connected with me at #NAPO2013.

See you in Phoenix!

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