Susie Glennan is the owner of The Busy Woman. She has written over 200 articles and e-books on topics ranging from time management, to organizing, to life transitions.
Her latest publication is Making Room for Happiness: Tips for Clearing Clutter. According to Susie, there are three types of clutter: physical, emotional and mental. She discusses strategies for clearing all three in our interview, recorded January 1, 2015. Happy New Year! To listen to the podcast, click the play button in the black bar right below the title.Tips for Clearing Clutter Podcast with Susie Glennan @_thebusywoman #blogboost Click To Tweet
Making Room for Happiness, Tips for Clearing Clutter is currently only available until January 4, 2015 as part of the Work-At-Home Success Kickstart Bundle which includes over $400 worth of resources that will help you work-at-home successfully.
Susie is a big fan of Barbara Hemphill’s book Taming the Paper Tiger.
Finally, Susie is offering a 50% discount through January 15, 2015 off her e-book Personality Based Time Management. Use Coupon Code: PBTM50
While you are on her website, be sure to read the touching story she mentioned about her Grandmother.
Connect with Susie Glennan
- Sign up for The Busy Woman News: http://eepurl.com/QAyiX
- Twitter: http://twitter.com/_thebusywoman
- Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TheBusyWoman
- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/susieglennan/
- Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/bwplanner
- Blog: http://www.thebusywoman.com/blog
Relationship Marketing Tip of the Day
Susie and I met in an online networking group for work at home moms about 15 years ago. We developed a rapport over time. We know, like and trust each other, because we would “show up” at the same online events.
Wednesday, I picked up some breakfast tacos at a locally-owned taqueria for my nurses on the way to chemo.
The restaurant wall filled with what could only be regulars. Everyone seems to know everyone else. One fellow asked a man at another table for the name of a roofer. Deals are made in a place like this.
The lesson here is consistency. Show up often enough. Develop a cordial relationship. Relationships lead to referrals. Referrals lead to business. Relationship marketing works.
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