Date & Time
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Andrew Mellen – “The Most Organized Man in America”
Andrew Mellen, “The Most Organized Man in America,” says clutter is “nothing more than deferred decisions.” In this four-week course, you will learn quick and easy ways to make those deferred decisions and get back into action, stopping clutter in its tracks. How will it feel when you finally stop yo-yo organizing and unlock hidden pockets of time to spend on the things you love to do but never seem to get around to doing?
The course meets for 2 hours each week and by week 4, you will know:
Top 3 rules for getting and staying organized
- Paperwork—the do’s and don’ts
- Why multi-tasking always fails and what you can do instead
- Managing heirlooms, sentimental objects and mementos
- Managing arts, crafts and other creative project supplies
- Managing email, photos and digital files
- The secret to finally breaking free from procrastination
- The unconscious stories that are keeping you stuck and frustrated
Through a series of exercises, interactive presentations and individual coaching, you will get the help and support you need to easily manage your day instead of always having your day manage you.
Andrew’s 7-step Unstuff Your Life! System™ is a proven process that delivers reliable results. With it, you’ll craft a simple plan to tackle every clutter “hot spot”— every place where you feel overwhelmed or challenged by stuff. By the end of this course, you will have the tips, tools and resources you need to finally set yourself free from clutter and disorganization for good. Where once you saw a dead end road, you’ll leave inspired, energized and ready to tackle what used to feel unmanageable!
A Weekly Class
(4 Sessions) Thursdays
January 18 – February 8, 2018, 8:00 – 10:00 pm
Members $160/ Nonmembers $185
New York Open Center
Andrew J. Mellen, a professional organizer, speaker and best-selling author of Unstuff Your Life!, leads workshops throughout the U.S. and maintains a private practice working one-to-one with CEOs, busy professionals, stay-at-home parents and seniors.