Projecteze® Cuts Through the Disorganization

Projecteze® Cuts Through the Disorganization That 80 Percent of Canadians Experience

CALGARY, AB (PRWEB) March 19, 2010 -- Stress is taking a toll on Canadians, making effective time management nearly impossible. According to a November 2009 Leger Marketing survey conducted by Professional Organizers in Canada (POC), 80 percent of those polled struggle to manage time and maintain order in the home and workplace. Thirty-four percent report that they lack effective time-management skills and tools, while their personal and work schedules are the most disorganized aspect of their lives. More alarming, 90 percent of these “disorganized” Canadians say the lack of structure results in stress, frustration, discouragement and thoughts of failure.

In contrast to the study’s cautionary outlook, a proven system has emerged to help Canadians take control and achieve work-life balance. Straightforward and affordable, the Projecteze® method — outlined in the book On Top of Everything™: Manage Your Projects and Life With Ease by Laurence H. Seton — is quickly gaining accolades from expert organizers.

Kristie Demke, POC’s president, recently raved about Projecteze, which puts users’ personal time-management needs first and manages all projects and tasks, both large and small, from a single system. “I consider myself very well-organized,” Demke says. “However, Projecteze changed my life, helping me prioritize tasks effectively without letting details fall through the cracks.”

Projecteze is ideal for professionals who want to stay organized, keep promises, meet deadlines, manage details, and have greater work-life balance with more personal time. Moreover, Projecteze uses everyday tools that most professionals already own.

“I can handle everything in my busy life with a pad of paper, word processor and my calendar,” Seton says. “With just three basic tools, I can manage multi-million-dollar projects, delegate to dozens, organize my personal affairs, and still have a rich, fulfilling life.”

On Top of Everything is available in soft-cover and e-book at http://www.ontopofeverything.com for $37.95. A modest financial investment, the book delivers a level of expertise usually obtained only by hiring a consultant or coach and applies to a broad range of personal and professional organizational needs.

“As president of the POC, I can stay on top of the tasks within my own portfolios, yet remain connected with initiatives being undertaken by my board members to ensure they’re on track with our goals,” Demke says. “My Chartered Accountant husband is using Projecteze, and I’m enthusiastically recommending it to my clients.”

About Professional Organizers in Canada

Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) is a national registered non-profit association that provides education, business development tools and a code of ethics for all professional organizers. POC represents nearly 600 Professional Organizers in more than 14 chapters across Canada.

About Laurence H. Seton

Laurence H. Seton is a professional engineer and Project Management Professional (PMP) with the worldwide Project Management Institute. Laurence has 25+ years of project management experience and consults with corporations on project management, time management and work-life balance.