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.

Getting Started with Evernote

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Sign up for an Evernote account and get one month of Evernote Premium for free

Contact us to get started using Evernote for you or your team.

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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Organizing Week in Review: 13 August 2010

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Friday Week in Review: 23 July 2010

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Friday Week in Review: 25 June 2010

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Organizing News: Friday Week in Review

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Friday Week in Review

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Week in Review 2 May 2010

Home and Business Organizational news and chatter from around the globe.

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  • “Walking gets the feet moving, the blood moving, the mind moving. And movement is life” ~ Carrie Latet.
  • 8 Ways to Repurpose Your Old Electronics from Mashable.
  • “All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on” ~ Henry Ellis.
  • Filing paperwork | what to keep | what to shred from Tulsa World.
  • “Storytelling reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it” ~Hannah Arendt.
  • For productivity, time management and organizing ideas -Be a Facebook fan of In Order to Succeed
  • “We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated” ~ Maya Angelou.
  • Need kitchen organizing tips Unclutterer has published more than 100 articles on the subject
  • Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude” ~ Zig Ziglar.

Week in Review 25 April 2010

Home and Business Organizational news and chatter from around the globe.

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Week in Review 18 April 2010

Home and Business Organizational news and chatter from around the globe.

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7 Ways Disorganization is Costing You BIG MONEY – from The Clutter Diet Blog.

30 Happiness Tips: Program Your Life for Optimum Enjoyment – from Dumb Little Man.

“Success Tip: Things worth pursuing take effort! If you aren’t willing to pay the price perhaps you’re aiming too low?” ~ AdamUrbanski

Twelve Cool Tools for Writers and Others – from Freelance Folder.

“I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones,” ~ John Cage.

A pantry with a purpose -from Rubbermaid.

7 Life Lessons I Learned on Success, Happiness & Creativity – from Dumb Little Man.

In Order to Succeed featured in The Wall Street Journal.

“Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn” ~ Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Get Organized Using Everyday Items from Real Simple

10 Organizing Tips for busy moms from Organized Life By Design.

For productivity, time management and organizing ideas -Be a Facebook fan of In Order to Succeed.

“Happiness at work involves liking what you’re doing and being good at it – feeling appreciated, in control, successful, and in balance,” ~ JulieMorgenstrn.

Week in Review 11 April 2010

Home and Business Organizational news and chatter from around the globe.

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  • “Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside”― Mark Twain.
  • “We have to go for what we think we’re fully capable of, not limit ourselves by what we’ve been in the past”― Vivek Paul.
  • “I only succeeded because I was still working after everyone else went to sleep,”―Greg Evans.

20 Apps to Organize Your Thoughts,” from Men With Pens.
Law and Order: How a Pro Helps Tackle Clutter,” from The Wall Street Journal.
For productivity, time management and organizing ideas: Be a Facebook fan of In Order to Succeed.

Doing Battle With Procrastination? Here’s How to Win – For Good,” from Dumb Little Man.

“One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody,” —Mother Teresa.
“Without self-discipline, success is impossible. Period,” ― Lou Holtz, Head Coach of Notre Dame Football.

“Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom,” ― Euripides.
How To Find Your Passion,” from Dumb Little Man
“Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.”~Malcolm Forbes