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SOURCE Virginia Barkley
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In her #1 Best-selling self-help book, "ClutterBusting For Busy Women; How To Create A C.A.L.M. Life To Have More Time & Energy," Virginia Barkley offers a simple four-step plan to get and stay organized.
"As 21st Century women, we are constantly bombarded with the message that we can do it all. It is our responsibility to define the priorities in our lives. Otherwise, our lives are going to be driving us in circles instead of toward more purpose-filled destinations," said Barkley, a motivational speaker for busy women.
"The key is keeping yourself focused on the outcome you want, rather than getting caught up in the drama of the moment. Drama wastes time and devours energy," said Barkley, who accepts a limited amount of speaking engagements per year.
"The fewer things we choose to juggle, the greater the quality of our days as we invest more time in rewarding pursuits," she said.
To download a free chapter of her book, go to http://ClutterBustingForBusyWomen.com
Here are four tips from her ABCs of ClutterBusting that can reduce the holiday frenzy.
She believes that clutter starts growing when we allow a part of us to shut down - and that stuck energy manifests itself as paper piles and mess mounds. Physical clutter is simply the byproduct of mental confusion caused by a variety of things, with its root cause planted in unsupportive beliefs about what we can and cannot handle.
"All possibilities begin within us," Barkley said. "The heart of the matter lies in allowing ourselves to open up and begin."
About Virginia Barkley
Virginia attributes her finesse for organizing to the amount of practice she had assessing what to keep and what to let go of during her twelve relocations in twenty-five years. Virginia worked in the film and television industry, special events and promotions, developed the 1996 Athlete's Plan for the Centennial Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. She played a key role in developing The Coca-Cola Company's Event Merchandising division. Three years later she began managing its $120 million Licensing Division for Europe and Eurasia.
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