New Time Management Holiday on Thailands Tropical Islands

Professional Organizer Nathan Shaw (known as the Organize Dr) is taking a group of 20 people on a unqiue kind of working holiday. For 30 days, the group will work with Nathan as he runs a Time Management seminar via the Internet.

Bangkok, Thailand, August 05, 2006 --( Starting around mid-August, a group of 20 people will be part of a Time Management experiment. Nathan Shaw will put himself under the microscope as he analyzes his own next level of Time Management and teaches his existing Time Management system to the group, sharing his new discoveries.

Nathan says:
“I realized that because my life right now is so efficient and organized, I've become lazy! I do feel 'busy' but 'work has a habit of filling the time available to it'. I have been working at least 10 hours a day. But it's almost an excuse for not doing as much as I know I can. I'm procrastinating on my life's passions and the adventures and success I can have. Why?”

Nathan is canceling all other coaching for the 30 days to dedicate himself exclusively to the Time Management Holiday group of 20. They will learn his unique practical Time Management Lattice without having to pay his normal professional fees. And they will spend time daily with Nathan to learn how to develop the mental and emotional energy required for lasting success during the Time Management Holiday without needing a plane ticket either.

Thailand's tropical diving island of Koh Tao is the location of the Time Management Holiday. Never before has a Professional Organizer run a 30 day one-on-one coaching Time Management program. Nathan says "the truly difficult part to Time Management is the mental focus and emotional energy you need. On Koh Tao, I will have the freedom to dedicate myself 100% to the psychology of Time Management. I will help the group of 20 people go way beyond normal Time Management technique."

As example of Nathan's approach to Time Management he said:
“…Most Time Management methods suck! One technique commonly taught is the 'weekly to-do list'. Have you ever been fed that tripe? Rather than being a good bridge between projects and activities, a weekly to-do list is an obstacle. It is the cattle grid in between where you are, and where you want to go… One foot wrong, and you're stuck.”

And his clients continue to rave about the 'OrganizeDr' approach to getting organized and time management:

“I would just like you to know, that your time management suggestion is actually working to my astonishment” - Leah Cann, Personal Assistant, UK

"'I am thrilled with my life transformation using your tips and techniques… Thanks to you, this is the most exhilarating time in my life! You motivate me beyond imagination!" Barbara Nwosu

"I finally got my restaurant business up and running. Thanks to you and Neo-Tech." - The Chef...

"Been told I could do anything I wanted, but never knew the right path to take. I believe you have the truth about life. Many thanks," John Watson

The Time Management Holiday will begin in mid August. There are places available as of this writing, and details are available at OrganizeDr's blog page:
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