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Thursday 12 September 2013

Organising Australia Conference: Dorothy Breininger, Sarah Cottman & Karen Koedding

The Organising Australia Conference is about to kick off in Sydney and surrounding suburbs.

And, you can win a double pass to the event!

Australia’s foremost organising experts Sarah Cottman and Karen Koedding are hosting international guest organiser Dorothy Breininger, a regular on American TV show 'Hoarders'. 

The Organising Australia Conference is for you if: you find yourself time poor; are having problems getting organised and don’t know where to start, and want effective techniques to organise your home and office.

I don't know about you, but I am in constant need of staying on top of techniques on how to keep my life in check. And yes, I - ahem - have a little issue with hoarding and colllecting and hanging on to stuff for sentimental value.

The Organising Australia Conference aims to help you organise your home, office and life.

Here's what you will learn:

The women behind the conference aim to make the day fun-filled, where you will:

-       learn the secrets of world class organising experts
-       begin to recognise blocks you may have to becoming better organised
-       identify the benefits of getting in control of paperwork
-       experience a live demonstration of the ‘KOINS’ decluttering method
-       become more efficient, giving you more time in your day
-       leave with confidence and an array of practical organising strategies

Their ‘once and for all’ solutions work in the short term and stay with you forever. No stopping, no indecision, just getting it done!

If this is what you want from your life (um, I do... very much!), these ladies want to share their solutions with you.

If you have an equally organisationally challenged buddy, grab them and go here: http://organisingoz.com/join-us/

More about the presenters:

DorothyTheOrganiser is a three-time recipient of NAPO-LA’s ‘Most Innovative Organizer Award’ and has co-authored five organising books. A high-energy speaker, Dorothy inspires her audiences to take immediate action and produce results.

She's an expert organiser and regular on Emmy-nominated TV show ‘Hoarders’, plus has appeared on the ‘Today Show’, ‘Dr Phil’ and ‘The View’ and features in ‘Wall Street Journal’, ‘Forbes’ and ‘O’ magazine.

Sarah Cottman is one of Australia’s most experienced Professional Organisers whose appearances include the ‘Today Show’, ‘Morning Show’ and ‘Kerri-Anne’ as well as ‘SMH Essential’ and ‘Sunday Life’ magazines. Sarah is a trainer and mentor to professional organisers. She is also the creator and director of holistic professional organising firm Heavenly Order. (I interviewed Sarah a while ago for a story on hoarding - see here - and she is exceptional on what she does).

Karen Koedding was Australia's first 'Certified Professional Organizer' and is the founder of international organising firm A Little Elf operating in Sydney and New York. She is Australia’s first 'Certified Professional Organizer; Karen is also a contributing author to ‘Stuff Your Face or Face Your Stuff.'

Event details:

Venues and dates:

Friday 13 September, 9am-4pm Pioneer Sands WOLLONGONG

Saturday 14 September, 9am-4pm Rydges Capital Hill, CANBERRA

Wednesday 18 September, 9am-4pm Wallarah Bay Recreation Centre, CENTRAL COAST

Friday 20 September, 9am-4pm Fairmont Leura, BLUE MOUNTAINS

Saturday 21 September, 9am-4pm Figtree Convention Centre, SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK

Price Tickets are $209 which includes the full day conference, lunch and goodie bags while they last (get in and book early!)

For more details go here: http://organisingoz.com

Or see: Heavenly Order's site 'Horder' (get it! - H.Order - clever) here: horder.com.au

And now, to win one double pass to any of the event dates listed about, here's all you need to do:

- Share this competition on your Facebook wall
- Comment in box below - or via email at josiegags@optusnet.com.au - on why you very much need to attend this event to learn new skills on organising
*Competition open to Australian residents only

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