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As a productivity and office organization consultant, Emily helps you & your business…

  • Increase efficiency & increase productivity for more profits
  • Accomplish more in less time
  • Quickly locate what you need when you need it
  • Maximize your physical space for optimal output
  • Discover what technology & office organization systems work best for you

Emily Parks is a technology specialist who focuses on increasing productivity for small business executives, entrepreneurs and corporate teams.  She helps clients increase productivity through organization, leading to clients’ greater profitability within the quarter.

With a background that includes automotive marketing and sports administration, she possesses a unique knowledge of technology for both PC and Mac, iPhone and Android.  Emily understands technology’s importance in not only increasing efficiency and output but also how to easily incorporate it into daily operations to achieve goals. She discovers your specific needs to create customized plans to increase profits. Trust Emily to provide confidential, one-on-one business strategy consulting (in person or via Skype); customized workshops & trainings; workflow processes; and organization of your physical workspace.  Emily is your go-to resource, serving small business executives and entrepreneurs statewide from Raleigh, NC.

Emily is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) as well as the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and proudly abides by the NAPO code of ethics.  She details her commitment to confidentiality with the Organize for Success, LLC privacy statement, which can be found by clicking here.

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  • 11 Ways to Limit Distractions and Do Your Best Work August 18, 2015
    Stop Feeling Held Back By DistractionsDo you feel as if workday distractions are depleting your productivity? Are you getting less and less done as you're pulled in more and more different directions? If so, you are not alone. As outlined in this article, "on average, most of us experience one interruption every 8 minutes or […]
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