Denise Caron-Quinn is now an Evernote Certified Consultant

Evernote is a remarkable productivity tool that offers cloud-based storage, flexibility, and multi-platform support. We’re pleased to announce that In Order to Succeed Founder, Denise Caron-Quinn, has become an Evernote Certified Consultant. Having completed the comprehensive Evernote Business training, Denise is recognized as an Evernote expert. She can help show clients how to quickly get Evernote Business set up for their team and guide them towards maximum productivity.

Benefits of Working with an Evernote Certified Consultant:

Custom-designed workflows tailored to meet your needs
Guidance on how to best deploy Evernote in your business
In-person assistance to ensure fast adoption of Evernote among your team
Access to a personal go-to expert when you have questions
From small tasks to major projects, Evernote is where you’ll achieve your best work, day in and day out. As one workspace that lives across your phone, tablet, and computer, Evernote is the most productive office for modern teams.

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Denise is looking forward to attending the Evernote Conference: EC4. Please join her and use code EB25 for 25% off registration fee.
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Five Tips to Help You Settle into Your New Home

It can take a long time to settle into a new place after you move. Someone once told me you’re not really home until you can walk around in the dark without bumping into anything. That might be true, although it seems impossible I can walk around in the dark without stepping on a dog toy. But there are things you can do before you even move that will make settling into your new home easier.

Here are five tips to help you settle into your new home:

  1. Get to know the neighborhood. This one is easy if you’re not moving far. Simply take a drive to your new area and walk around. It gets a little trickier if you are moving hundreds of miles away but it can still be done through Google maps. If you like to run, walk, or bike figure out what your new path will be. Find the closest place to stop and get your coffee, the nearest drug store. Read reviews on sites such as Yelp. Having an idea of what your new routine will be, will make it easier to settle in.
  2. Fill out a change of address form. Go to the United States Postal Service website and change your mailing address. Set the start address for a few days before you actually move. Make sure you also update financial institutions of your new address. Don’t forget to send friends and family either an email or a postcard with your new address.
  3. Take time to relax. Everything in your new place doesn’t have to be set up within a day or even a week. Make sure you take time to relax during the moving process. It’s exhausting.
  4. Set up utilities. Set up you electricity, gas, water, cable, Internet and anything else you need at your new address and set up a turn off date for your soon to be old place.
  5. Meet your neighbors. Make an effort to introduce yourself to your neighbors. They can be a great source of advice as you get to know your new hometown and can make you feel like you know some people.

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Give The Gift Of Simplicity This Father’s Day

Dads are busy people. They often have too much to do and not enough time to enjoy the summertime.

In Order to Succeed can simplify things and give dads the time to focus on the people and activities they love.

Our professional organizing experts can make the summer stress-free by taking care of your travel arrangements, office organization, event planning, shopping, gift wrapping and so much more.

In Order to Succeed also offers customized gift certificates to give to the dad in your life.

Think of us as your personal time provider.

Simplify Your Life: Give The Gift Of Simplicity This Father’s Day

Dads are busy people. They often have too much to do and not enough time to enjoy the summertime.

In Order to Succeed can simplify things and give dads the time to focus on the people and activities they love.

Our professional organizing experts can make the summer stress-free by taking care of your travel arrangements, office organization, event planning, shopping, gift wrapping and so much more.

In Order to Succeed also offers customized gift certificates to give to the dad in your life.

Think of us as your personal time provider and the way to simplify your life.

Wouldn't You Love To Know You're In For A Smooth Move

 

We know that most moves are stressful but they don’t need to be. In Order to Succeed has been helping individuals and families coordinate the logistics of their moves for more than fifteen years. Our seasoned team of relocation specialists can take the pain out of the process. We’ll help clear the clutter, find homes for items you wish to sell or donate, be a liaison between you, your movers, architects, storage facilities and contractors and can make recommendations and handle the purchases of furnishings and storage items for your new home. Some of our clients are out of town when their move takes place wheras others prefer to work with us – we’ll work however you feel would be best for you and your family. Wether we coordinate and oversee All aspects of your move or only assist with a specific part of the process – we are ready to lend a hand!

Visit us online at www.inordertosucceed.com

Moving Organizers Can Help You Relocate

We know that most moves are stressful but they don’t need to be. In Order to Succeed has been helping individuals and families coordinate the logistics of their moves for more than fifteen years. Our seasoned team of moving organizers can take the pain out of the process. We’ll help clear the clutter, find homes for items you wish to sell or donate, be a liaison between you, your movers, architects, storage facilities and contractors and can make recommendations and handle the purchases of furnishings and storage items for your new home. Some of our clients are out of town when their move takes place wheras others prefer to work with us – we’ll work however you feel would be best for you and your family. Wether we coordinate and oversee All aspects of your move or only assist with a specific part of the process – we are ready to lend a hand!

Visit us online at www.inordertosucceed.com

Week in Review: 22 October 2010

Friday is Week in Review Day: Catch up on all the cool tweets, blog posts, articles of the past week, and email us any organizational news or chatter you think we missed.

  • “If one is the master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time insight into and understanding of many things,” -Vincent van Gogh.
  • Want to Feel Happier? Read Something for Fun, from The Happiness Project.
  • Nine Quick Tips to Identify Clutter, from Zen Habits.
  • “Learn to let go. That is the key to happiness.” – Buddha
  • Tip Day Wednesday: Do One Small Organizational Task, from In Order to Succeed.
  • Productivity tip: carry healthy snacks with you, from Neen James: International Productivity Expert.
  • “How many things are there which I do not want” ~Socrates.
  • Focus: A new book on simplicity in the age of distractions, from Zen Habits.
  • How to Improve Concentration with 50-Minute Focus Sessions, from Work Awesome.
  • “A diamond is a piece of coal that stuck to the job,” — Michael Larsen.
  • Dread meal planning? Check out these five-minute tips on Buttoned Up, from Get Buttoned Up.
  • Why You Should Take a Vacation, from In Order to Succeed.
  • “While cooking, use a coffee filter as a spoon rest for easy clean up,” from ReadyAimOrganiz.
  • Major Meltdown in Time Management – Tips to Avoid it Happening To You, from Calahan Solutions.
  • Organizing your daily schedule & planning out your week to fit a workout into your day, from Tracy Anderson.
  • Piles of papers and don’t know where to start?, from Gotham Organizers.
  • Help us reach a 100 – Connect with In Order to Succeed on Facebook for productivity, time management and organizing ideas.
  • “The right to choose your own path is a sacred privilege. Use it. Dwell in possibility,” –Oprah.

Organizing Week in Review: 15 October 2010

FridScreen shot 2009-09-24 at 11.03.29 PMay is Week in Review Day: Catch up on all the cool tweets, blog posts, articles of the past week, and email us any organizational news or chatter you think we missed.

The Limits of Internet Organizing, from The Huffington Post.

“I believe in plenty of optimism and white paint.” – Elsie de Wolfe

Time Tamer Tip: Don’t overwhelm yourself with a huge project, block out just 30 minutes each day.

How to Be a Speed Writer, from Harvard Business Review.

No Guilt Photo Organization: So many photos, so little time, from Get Buttoned Up.

Tip Day Wednesday: 3 Tips for Climbing Your Personal Mountains, from In Order to Succeed.

You have three choices. You can give up, give in, or give it your all.

How I Work Less and Accomplish More (by Managing My Energy) – from Freelance Folder.

Are You Overworking? 7 Important Steps To Avoid Burnout, from Dumb Little Man. “Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don’t.” -Pete Seeger

26 Organizing Tips That Actually Work, from Manilla Blog.

Save some green – Eco Products for the Fall, from In Order to Succeed.

Five Weird Ways to Go Eco-Friendly, from Rye Patch.

“Avoid breakage, use heavy duty trash bags for your organizing projects, at least 1.1 mil in thicknes” from The Clutterdiet.

Help us reach a 100 – Connect with In Order to Succeed on Facebook for productivity, time management and organizing ideas.

Further Reading
Check out past Week in Reviews for even more best of the web organizational news and chatter.

Week in Review: 8 October 2010

FridScreen shot 2009-09-24 at 11.03.29 PMay is Week in Review Day: Catch up on all the cool tweets, blog posts, articles of the past week, and email us any organizational news or chatter you think we missed.

Further Reading
Check out past Week in Reviews for even more best of the web organizational news and chatter.