Tour the Inside of Simplified Organization eCourse!

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I am so excited about how this course has turned out and about the great feedback I’m getting from participates. There are currently over 100 users getting life in hand with this course. The blossoming G+ group and the resources that are available in this course are additional resources that are really going to help this information stick and become motivation in your life.

Cease endlessly striving for what you would like to do and learn to love what must be done. – Goethe

Get a peek at the inside of the Simplified Organization Self-Pace eCourse! Mystie will give you a tour and show you the neat features and resources available in this course.

Short-term strategies like tips and tricks for getting organized may help you get things under control right away, but in order to effect lasting change that has a high impact on your life, you need a paradigm shift.

See what the course looks like behind the scenes:

We should be taught not to wait for inspiration to start a thing. Action always generates inspiration. Inspiration seldom generates action.  – Frank Tibolt

Designed for the woman who feels overwhelmed by the laundry, dishes, spilled milk, dirty diapers, and missed phone calls – the one who feels discouraged by the endless to-do list that never gets checked off, Simplified Organization: Learning to Love What Must Be Done lifts your eyes to your vocation and helps you become the best home manager you can be.

Modern women need help creating systems that will help them live out their callings by serving God and by serving others. We don’t need another person telling us how to get more done; we need someone guiding us through the process of establishing healthy rhythms and productive routines so we can grow, mastering ourselves and our tasks.

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  1. […] Her brand new course is available now, and it’s all about living out metaphors, embracing the eternal in the daily grind, and finding practical and effective ways of organizing your life so you can live out your vocation in the best way possible. You can get a little video tour of the course here. […]

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