Posted by: midpen | September 7, 2011

A Productive Environment™ Is a Profitable Environment

Photo of Lori Krolik, Owner of More Time for YouMy office tends to get a little “disarrayed” from time to time.  I wish I was more proactive in keeping it organized. Instead I put up with the clutter until, in a burst of activity, I put things right – taking a full afternoon to right the mess.  Does this sound familiar?

If this describes your response to clutter in the workplace, don’t miss our September 20th MPPA breakfast at Scott’s Seafood Restaurant in Palo Alto, at 7:30AM-9:00AM.  Personal Organizer and Time Management Consultant, Lori Krolik ( will present a talk on strategies and specific techniques for keeping your work environment organized and productive:

Your ability to accomplish any task or goal is directly related to your ability to find what you need when you need it.  If you keep too much, you can’t find anything!

A recent OfficeMax survey found 46% of employees admit having difficulty prioritizing what they should throw away.  A Brother International study says collective messy desks and time spent looking for misplaced items costs corporate America $177 billion annually.  AND, 80% of what you file away is never looked at again!

Specific areas that will be covered include:

  • The Art of Wastebasketry® and the File-Act-Toss System™ – Because Clutter is Postponed Decisions®, you need a system to help you make a decision sooner rather than later.
  • The Magic 6™ – The tools you need to create a Productive Environment in your office and for your business.

Don’t miss this presentation. Sign up at


  1. Looking forward to networking and sharing my knowledge with a GREAT group!

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