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Thoreau... on getting organized?

Just read a timely piece: Aug. 9, 1854: Thoreau Warns, 'The Railroad Rides on Us' by Randy Alfred at Wired.com.

Thoreau's Walden, or Life in the Woods was first published on this day in 1854. And, as Alfred notes,"it remains to this day a trenchant criticism of the excesses of technology." Walden also contains some pretty astute observations for anyone needing a little getting-organized-inspiration, and Alfred has included some of the best bits in his article.

Whether it's excesses of technology... or papers... or shoes... Thoreau is worth checking out!

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Three Things Fees Structure and Discounts

Initial Consultation $125.00, plus GST

This session lasts approximately 1½ to 2 hours. Please see under SERVICE for a more detailed description. 

Sessions minimum 3 hours, $75 per hour, plus GST
Buy a batch of seven 3-hour sessions (21 hours) and receive 20 percent off, plus GST

Currently Three Things serves the Metro Vancouver area.

About Cynthia Ford

Cynthia Ford (BFA, Certificate of Counselling Skills) is an ADD and Chronic Disorganization Specialist (Institute for Challenging Disorganization). She combines her training as a counsellor with 20 years experience working in private and public libraries, and resource centres. She has studied Creativity Coaching with Eric Maisel and is a member of the Creativity Coaching Association. She is a Trained Professional Organizer (Professional Organizers in Canada) and has served as Treasurer on the Executive Team of the BC Lower Mainland Chapter. She currently serves on ICD's Teleclass Education Development Committee (AD/HD).

Cynthia helps people with AD/HD unlock their creative potential.  She works primarily with creatives, including writers, entrepreneurs, animators, artists, academics, musicians, and all those who aspire to be creative... if they could only get organized. With a combination of non-judgmental support, sensitivity, and practical insight, she helps her clients get unstuck, and equips them with the tools needed to create order, find harmony, and discover creative opportunity.

 

 
 
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