This is a terrific workshop for writers, given by my friend, Cyndy:
ORGANIZED BY DESIGN (FOR WRITERS ONLY)
Using Your Unique Organizational Style to Maximize Productivity
Ready to stop the cycle of broken New Year’s resolutions that prevents you from taking your writing career to the next level? Make your writing goals a reality in 2009 by discovering and employing your unique organizational style to maximize productivity.
During this four-week course, multi-published author and professional organizer Cyndy Salzmann will help you to:
Discover your unique organizational style using a personality profile developed specifically for writers;
Learn tips and techniques for maximizing your strengths and combating weaknesses;
Set personal and career goals based on your values, priorities and dreams;
Develop a strategy to achieve both long and short-term goals based on your unique organizational design; and
Connect with others, if desired, to provide mutual support and accountability.
January 5-30 One week hiatus (January 16-23) to allow reflection and application of principles.
Online, moderated and facilitated through a private Yahoo group. Two lectures distributed per week with opportunity for discussion.
$25 Payable by check or credit card through PayPal
Cyndy Salzmann is a multi-published author in both fiction and nonfiction. Her latest project is a lighthearted mystery series set in Omaha which is published by Howard Books – an imprint of Simon & Schuster Publishing Company. Dying to Decorate, the first book of the Friday Afternoon Club mystery series was released in June, 2005. Book two, Crime & Clutter, released in April, 2007. She is currently contracted for a yet to be titled narrative nonfiction project set in the Jim Crow South.
Ms. Salzmann is a popular national speaker at both women’s events and writers’ conferences, a newspaper columnist and the host of a weekly radio feature aired on Moody Broadcasting. As part of the promotion of her books, she has appeared as a guest on more than 100 radio and television programs.
Before making a decision to devote her energy fulltime to writing and speaking, Ms. Salzmann was the principal of the public relations and marketing firm she founded. Salzmann & Associates served a client list that included nonprofit organizations as well as Fortune 500 companies. She holds a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia and has worked as a news reporter in both television and radio.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Click here to make your payment and register for the course. Within 24 hours you will receive an invitation from Yahoo to join the course loop. The course will begin on January 5 with a welcome message from the instructor and invitation to introduce yourself to the group. The first lecture will arrive January 6th.
Feel free to contact Cyndy by email with any questions: email@example.com