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  • 1. Established Ways Don’t Just Get Organized! Get Established! Shelley Molitor Speaker Information Thank you for your interest in having Shelley speak at your upcoming tele-class, webinar, or live event. In this document, we are including Shelley's photo, bio, and sample questions and answers for Shelley's signature talks. Please let us know which talk you would prefer to have with Shelley. If you should need any further information, please feel free to contact us via email at bigresults@establishedways.com or by phone at 214.444.9034. "Thanks for the opportunity to talk with you and those in your circle of influence - I truly appreciate it!" Shelley Additional Information: Shelley's Website: www.establishedways.com Shelley's Blog: www.establishedways.com/blog Connect with Shelley: www.twitter.com/shelleymolitor www.facebook.com/establishedways bigresults@establishedways.com
  • 2. Short Bio (less than 150 words) Shelley Molitor is an authority on organizing and productivity and the Founder of EstablishedWays.com. Clients and readers praise her for changing mindset. Her unique yet simple signature “FOCUS” game can be used for goal-setting, crisis management, and task management. Bringing order to work, home, and life is driven by priority management: Shelley’s systems and support are centered on just that. Shelley shares her knowledge by speaking, professional organizing, writing, and business leadership development. Whether you are desperate for change, or simply on the lookout for new ideas, Shelley will come alongside you with fresh perspective into how to protect yourself from setbacks and keep focused and on track. Shelley’s firsthand experience with organizing and productivity tactics will inspire and support you as you progress toward a life you only dreamed of before. Shelley has written over one hundred helpful articles at her blog..
  • 3. What Others are Saying About Shelley "Shelley has taught me a lot and I love her. If you are new to her, you are going to feel so much better after learning from her! She does not beat you down with what you're not doing. She lifts you up!" [Shelley], you are reshaping my thinking. A book can't talk to me in mid-anxiety. But really, the best benefit is your encouraging way of teaching us to have real expectations, see what we're already accomplishing, and be patient with ourselves." Jenny, Group Coaching Client "You have been so supportive and encouraging. You have helped me recognize my successes, right where I am, while encouraging me to be true to myself, my family, and my goals. When faced with a new task or challenge, I now stop and think about what I would be saying "no" to if I say "yes" to this new task." Erin Thornton Clever Container "I think a big difference is that you get into priorities, why's, and personalizing it for our families. SO much organizational help is task oriented and "do what I did" and if your brain or family work differently it is ineffective." Sarah, Group Coaching Client
  • 4. “Finding Focus in the Frenzy: How to Consistently Make Time for What's Really Important” Do you feel like everyone wants a piece of you, while you just want peace? Stop being plagued with thoughts of things that "should" be done and longing for "a break." Learn how to ensure lasting change and growth. In this talk, Shelley will reveal the core principles of emotional and priority management. Join Shelley Molitor and learn:  Why you need to track your thoughts to manage your work, life, and stuff.  The #1 mistake people make in their use of time.  The easy 3-step process to overcome overwhelm over and over again.  A fun tool you can use to instantly decrease your stress AND reach goals. 1. How does someone get started if they really want to find more focus? This process starts with discovering one’s personal priorities and related emotions, and creating a system to keep adding discoveries on a regular basis, as well as managing the process with a proven system to track progress. 2. What exactly stops us from being focused? Our attention is on the wrong things! While we struggle with outward messes, our inner voice is speaking of priorities. The result is overwhelm. Starting from personal priorities and managing emotions makes it easy to remember what you want and "stay on the bandwagon" with any personal or professional goal or organizing project. 3. How have you personally found focus in the frenzy with emotional and priority management? I have learned to follow a budget and track financial transactions in spite of not being a numbers cruncher. I have found the patience I need in communication to not take things personally and build up my marriage relationship in spite of huge personality, perspective, and background differences with my spouse. I have learned to relax my time management tension and be more flexible in getting my family when and where we need to be.
  • 5. “The Truth About Making Lists and How to do Without Them" Have to-do lists you can't even find? Wondering how you'll ever get it all done? Unfortunately, traditional to-do lists simply do not work for many busy women. In this talk, Shelley shares the three reasons your lists don't work and how to replace them. In this talk, you’ll learn:  How to choose what NOT to do.  The secret to getting more done without putting it on a list.  Three important guidelines to ending "list overwhelm" forever! 1. What can I expect from managing life, work, and stuff without so many lists? -You may have the knee-jerk reaction of expecting to be stressed. It takes some adjustment. However, being aware of the types of things you are trying to list will guide you in which systems to use, and you will find yourself slowing down, doing less but getting more done, and grateful! 2. What is it about lists that slow us down, and why is it so important to change? -The fast pace of life and stress that we subject ourselves to make it necessary to manage one's emotions. List-making often reflects an attempt to catalog one's flood of thoughts. When action is not taken on the items listed, the list tends to serve as a "report card" of our failures.
  • 6. “Take the Work Out of Paperwork!” Paperwork is well known for being completely overwhelming. Many busy people miss appointments, lose important information, and even opportunities to save money due to not knowing where to start in managing paperwork. In this talk, Shelley will share her best tips for managing paper and how to take the work out of it forever. What You Will Learn During this Talk:  How to get your desk clear in one easy step.  How to get started organizing your papers with as few as seven folders  3 easy steps for making paper simpler  What to do next – You have a system – now what? 1. What about someone who is just a "disorganized person." Can they REALLY get a handle on paper? -"Born Organized" is a myth in my opinion, and these systems can work for different personality types and situations. People who are currently disorganized at work or home often have a resistance to change. The desire to change must supersede that resistance, or one must have an overriding source of motivation. No amount of "natural tendencies" or difficulty can stop someone who is truly ready to change! 2. How will learning how to deal with paper help me with other professional and personal projects, such as organizing the home office or garage? -Learning how to deal with paper is just an extension of the order in your life, and vice versa. It will only help you reach more goals, and make bigger changes, faster!
  • 7. “Take the Work Out of Paperwork!” Paperwork is well known for being completely overwhelming. Many busy people miss appointments, lose important information, and even opportunities to save money due to not knowing where to start in managing paperwork. In this talk, Shelley will share her best tips for managing paper and how to take the work out of it forever. What You Will Learn During this Talk:  How to get your desk clear in one easy step.  How to get started organizing your papers with as few as seven folders  3 easy steps for making paper simpler  What to do next – You have a system – now what? 1. What about someone who is just a "disorganized person." Can they REALLY get a handle on paper? -"Born Organized" is a myth in my opinion, and these systems can work for different personality types and situations. People who are currently disorganized at work or home often have a resistance to change. The desire to change must supersede that resistance, or one must have an overriding source of motivation. No amount of "natural tendencies" or difficulty can stop someone who is truly ready to change! 2. How will learning how to deal with paper help me with other professional and personal projects, such as organizing the home office or garage? -Learning how to deal with paper is just an extension of the order in your life, and vice versa. It will only help you reach more goals, and make bigger changes, faster!