Category Archives: Motivation

The Power of Precious

Recently, I heard a speaker talk about her childhood living in South Sudan. Her family often hosted guests during this time, and the toys that she owned were shared with the visitors. As often happens with communal objects, many of her toys became a bit worse for the wear. To ease the pain of sharing

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Time to Get Organized!

In the world of professional organizing, January is GO! – or Get Organized – month. The combination of holiday clutter, cold days stuck inside, and the promise of a new year make January the perfect month to clear out and start fresh. Each year, The Seana Method runs a “Get Organized Challenge.” This year, our

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The Power of a Name

Names have power. They describe, define and identify. Recently, I have been working on a project that has brought this message home in a fresh way. One goal of this project has been clearing out the storage room. Many of us have this room: the one where we stash everything that doesn’t have a clearly

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Headlines…

This past weekend I helped launch the North East Regional Conference for Professional Organizers (NERCPO). I got to meet and share with more than 50 professional organizers from all over the region. We had a great time, and I enjoyed learning from colleagues and experts alike. Since attending an organizing conference may not be at the top

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Breaking Through the Status Quo

Have you ever wanted to make a change but found it impossible to accomplish? One possible explanation is that change requires us to break through the status quo – the existing state or condition. This state is comfortable, familiar and already in place. Since we naturally gravitate to whatever course of action requires the least amount of

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