Eliminate Chaos in Your Speaking Business with Laura Leist

By Jane Atkinson

What are your “time stealers”?  Let’s take a look at what we can do to be more productive each day.  

On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Podcast, we are joined by Laura Leist, CPO = Certified Professional Organizer (less than 10% in industry hold this designation) and MOS = Microsoft Office Specialist.

Laura has grown “Eliminate Chaos” – a productivity and organization services firm – from a one-woman show into a thriving business and is an author of more that 15 books on organization.  She walks her own talk about getting more done to allow “More Time for Life®.” Imagine immediate improvements in workplace productivity.  Clients include CEOs of multi-billion dollar corporations, law offices, athletes, media personalities, solopreneurs, and divas of domesticity. Though her clients come from all walks of life and fields, they share a universal need to escape the clutter, disorganization, and lack of productivity that steals valuable time from their lives and puts a crimp on their earning potential. 

 

Today Laura is explaining how to how to separate the different areas of our lives and become more organized in each.

Listen the podcast below:


Highlights of todays’ podcast episode:

  • What are the 3 divisions of organizing?  7:05
  • Systems for speakers to put in place for productivity.  12:40
  • Data filing and backup.  17:55
  • How to get through a mountain of email.  28:40
  • Email templates.  38:15

If you need help to become more organized, improve efficiency and productivity, be sure to tune into this episode…there is a take-away for everyone!

Podcast Resources:


Learn more about Laura Leist HERE.
Laura’s new article on How to Solve Invisible Clutter.
Karma CRM
eSpeakers
Quickbooks
BackBlaze
Asana
Quick Parts

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