The National Association of Professional Organizers in Michigan will host a program about time management on Thursday, February 17, 2011. The program will feature Julie Subotky, author of a new book, Consider It Done: Accomplish 228 of Life’s Trickiest Tasks (Crown) which will be on bookstore shelves this month. Ms. Subotky founded her business (also named Consider It Done) as a lifestyle management and personal concierge service more than a decade ago. Her client list now includes many high profile celebrities as well as corporate clients.
“We are delighted to have Julie Subotky visit our chapter – one of the first stops on her national book tour,” said Marti Murdock, Director of Professional Development for the NAPO-MI Chapter. “I know our members will glean valuable information from her many years of experience in ‘getting things done.’”
What: Consider it Done: Accomplishing Life's Tricky Tasks Without Them Getting the Best Of You, by author Julie Subotky
When: Thursday, February 17, 2011 @ 10:45am
Where: Hampton Inn, 169 Loop Rd, Commerce Twp, MI 48390
Cost: $20 for visitors and non-Chapter members, FREE for Chapter members
This presentation is a component of our Chapter's regular monthly meeting and is open to the public. This program is part of our effort to educate professional organizers so they can better serve their clients and the community.
About the Speaker:
Julie created the lifestyle management and personal concierge business "Consider It Done" more than a decade ago in Aspen, Colorado. In 1997, Julie moved to New York where she discovered there were more busy people with even more things to get done and Consider It Done grew. In addition to high profile celebrities and private clients, Julie began working with corporate clients including Revlon, Estee Lauder, the GAP and Unilever. Today, Consider It Done continues to thrive and expand.