Aren’t you just sick and tired of being sick and tired?
Always looking for stuff. Wasting time you don’t have looking everywhere for that one piece of paper you need?
Why get organized?
That’s why you need the PRO NOTEBOOK™. It’s designed to meet your busy lifestyle. It provides a simple system to organize and store vital information, such as financial and legal documents, immunization records, and family medical histories. It offers guidance on how to choose personal advisors (from doctors to attorneys to financial specialists). It outlines a step-by-step program for setting and achieving personal goals.
- It’s the system that lets you sleep at night.
- If your wallet was stolen could you take prompt action to protect your financial liability?
- Can you put your hands on your child’s immunization record and medical history?
At the worse possible times when a loved one is hurt or lost, you won’t remember anything. The fear takes over. What a pillar of strength you will bring to everyone when you can find and immediately hand over the information the police will ask for.
Are you confident that you’ll be able to finance your children’s education and your own retirement? Too much to think about all at once? You’re not alone.
Managing all the financial, legal and medical aspects of an average adult’s life is complex business. That’s why the PRO NOTEBOOK – The Personal Resource Organizer™ was developed.
The key benefit of using the Personal Resource Organizer™ is the good night’s sleep it offers those who use it.
And now we have created this program around the book that was developed during the years Susan was a financial advisor and professional organizer. She selected the topics that trip nearly all of us at one point or another.
Each lesson is focused on specific topics offering education and specific techniques, not vague advice.
We always spell out the next actions you can choose to take to move forward. It’s like an extended coaching session. This is a course on how-to-do for yourself what a premier business coach or professional organizer can do for you.
The process is only 13 weeks – one quarter. Each of the sessions is designed to help you not just now, but later – when life changes. If you really want to see breakthrough results, we suggest revisiting the program focusing on the elements that are an issue for you at the time.
Here’s how it works:
Each week you’ll get an MP3 coaching session and an Action Step worksheet. The audio gives you a core concept or “how to” that you’ll want to master in order to move forward with your goals. The Action Step worksheet gets you out of theory and into doing something.
There will also be a complete transcript of each session, if audio’s not your favorite way to learn. These are also great for review, since you can skim them quickly to find the point you want.
As a Getting Organized Like A PRO member, you’re invited to email Susan twice a month to resolve any stuck spots or confusion you may have about what we’re working on. Susan will work with you individually to apply the program to your business and your situation.
And if you choose, you can also supplement the program with a one-on-one coaching package with Susan. Some will choose this as the fastest way to move forward, and others are going to prefer to stick with the lower-cost option of working just with the course for now. There’s no wrong answer – both will get you where you want to go.
Getting Organized Like A PRO is designed to give you the mindset tools and techniques to make you more flexible, more agile, more confident, and more successful. And these are tools you can continue to develop for a lifetime, if you choose.
Susan Wagers, Founder and President of Susan Wagers International Ltd, designed the organizing program because so few of her clients could easily answer the most basic questions about the status or even location of important personal documents. “I find that even the most sophisticated business person often doesn’t have the time, inclination or tools to keep track of their personal resources, much less manage them well,” Wagers said. “After all, where do we really learn those skills?”