5 Organizing Stumbling Blocks
and the 1 Way to Overcome Them
When you try to organize, do you just get stuck?
We all trip ourselves up when it comes to organizing—but we can all learn to do better. It all comes down to the “why” of organizing:
Why are we trying to “get organized,” anyway?
In this unique 60-minute workshop, I’ll challenge you to discover the spiritual clutter that blocks your organizing progress… and encourage you to embrace the truth behind any organizing success.
This talk is for men and women from all walks of life!
If you’re hosting an event where you know there will be people of varying backgrounds and beliefs, this informal organizing workshop is the way to go. Though I do share briefly about my faith, I do so in a very laid-back way so the hearts in the audience will stay open to my message. It’s my hope that my love of the Lord will shine through, and that they’ll be interested enough in my material that they’ll want to read my faith-based books and blog.
If you’re hosting a formal event for an all-Christian audience of men and women, the My Song Keynote talk will probably be better suited to your needs. But if you’d like a more informal, educational evening, then this workshop is for you! And if you’re hosting a women’s retreat with multiple sessions, this talk is the perfect addition to my more formal talk topics.
Shannon’s presentation was informative, relatable, and engaging! Shannon made everyone feel comfortable enough to share their own struggles with organization. She gave great tangible advice that is easy to follow at home.
-Kaya Burgin, Adult Services Librarian, Westerville Public Library
This talk will help you get results! Look at the header to check out Marilyn’s before…
“I thought I would share this with you… I’m SO looking forward to being in this room working instead of always cleaning. Thanks for all your help. I still keep walking in there to make sure I wasn’t just imagining that it was like the picture, lol. I will keep you posted as I keep going on to the rest of the house.”
—Marilyn, Columbus, OH