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Getting Started With The Ultimate Organizer: The Nerve Center

Not long ago, all you needed to cut through red tape was your social security number, or, if you were a guy, your name, rank, and serial number. Now, you need a lot more just to get through the average day. Dealing with banks, credit card companies, airlines, or placing orders by phone or online can be a nightmare.

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The other day, Barbara wanted to cash in some mileage points for a trip to Chicago she was taking with her husband, Bert. She tried, but the airline insisted on talking to the primary cardholder, Bert. That was the last thing Bert, a bill-by-the hour attorney, wanted to do. When he called, resentfully, he was put on hold for what seemed an eternity before reaching a “live” representative. He thought the hard part was over. For security purposes, he was asked for the credit card linked to the account. He emptied his wallet and ran through every credit card he had. No match. Clearly, the one on file dated when he lost his wallet last year. No amount of cajoling moved the rep to continue. He had to hang up, call his accountant to search through old credit card statements in storage to find the missing number. An hour into the task, his time chart clicking, he got the number and called the airline company back. Still the number didn’t match. He had to cancel his account and start all over again. Barbara could have flown to Chicago on the hours he didn’t bill!

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None of us can blame anyone else. It’s our fault these things happen. We’ve all written down important facts – passwords, the answers to prompts, place and date of our parents’ births, and then put them someplace “safe” – so safe, we’ve never found them again. If you’re like us, every time this happens, we swear we’ll remember where we put it, but we never do. It’s Groundhog Day all over again.

With the Ultimate Organizer, just fill in your stats, and you’ll never waste precious minutes again.

Get started by making a list of your Emergency Contact Numbers. Preview the Ultimate Organizer. Download a sample form! Click Here.

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by Barbara Guggenheim and Nadine Schiff

We created The Ultimate Organizer for everything that could go wrong and does. Our rather compulsive checklists  (over 200 of them) may help remind you what you need at the market without wandering the aisles, and what you need to clean your house before your mother gets there and checks for dust.

We’ve even included suggestions as to what to have on hand the next time a guest spills a glass of red wine on your white carpet.

Note to self: Buy a case of soda water, and consider not inviting the perpetrator back.

In fact our system as we like to call it is divided into two sections. The first one is designed to keep all of the hundreds of numbers in your life (your medical insurance, credit car numbers, your gym locker) for you and everyone you care for IN ONE PLACE. Hello?  The second section is over two hundred lists for every aspect of your daily life so you never have to repeat the same task twice. For example, if you have a houseguest coming to visit, don’t fret. Just take out our What To Keep in Your Guest Bathroom list and check it off so you won’t ever miss a thing.

We even tell you what to should a natural disaster strike. Is your son in college bringing his first girlfriend home for the weekend considered a natural disaster? We think so.

Here’s our best advice. Review our checklists in the workbook and the CD. We’re certain you too will discover home is where the heart is without the heart attack.  Knocking back a cold one works too. What, you’re out??? Here’s our checklist for The Well Stocked Bar so that never happens again.

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Copyright © 2010 Barbara Guggenheim and Nadine Schiff.

Barbara Guggenheim is a Ph.D. Art Advisor and a partner in Guggenheim, Asher Associates. Nadine Schiff is a writer/producer who tries everyday to get organized.