Balancing many roles, projects, and responsibilities has become the new norm.  The 6 Pillars of Effective Time Management, developed by Cindy B Sullivan, identifies the areas that work together to keep you at your maximum efficiency.  Take the 6 Pillars Assessment today to identify your strengths and weaknesses so you can GET STARTED and hone in on improvements that will show BIG RESULTS!

Interested in learning more about the 6 Pillars?  Enroll in the 6 Pillars introductory class here and look below for services and resources to help you ramp up your productivity and Organize the Time of Your Life.

Introducing

The 6 Pillars Time Management Assessment

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GOALS & DIRECTION

Identify and achieve your goals!

TIME AWARENESS

Build skills to accurately gauge your time

STRUCTURE & PLANNING

Plan and structure your time most efficiently

SYSTEMS & PROMPTS

Identify tools and techniques to maximize your productivity

HABITS & SELF MANANGEMENT

Increase focus, limit distractions, and stay on target

ORGANIZATION

Storage, Workspace, and Design that works well for YOU!

Meet Cindy

Cindy Sullivan, founder of cbSullivan Consulting & Organizing, is a Certified Professional Organizer® and Time Management Consultant.

“My mission is to help people achieve order in their lives – – resulting in lower stress, increased productivity, greater satisfaction and fulfillment. As a wife, mother, professional, speaker, church member, musician, etc., I understand the need to balance many roles.  Organization isn’t about perfection. It’s about setting yourself up to be effective – learning to plan, creating systems, developing routines, and arranging workspaces to support yourself in all you do”.

At cbSullivan Consulting & Organizing, Cindy combines her talent for time management and organizing with her experience as a coach and corporate trainer. She works with clients to understand how they live and work, identifies their needs, and tailors a plan to each individual. Clients learn basic productivity fundamentals…. but, how they are implemented for that person or organization is unique. “It’s not about coming in and dictating the right way to do things. It’s about finding the right way for that client”. Cindy offers services that include time management coaching and consulting, workspace organizing, training, seminars and retreats.  Connect with Cindy via social media and sign up to receive our newsletter and emails about upcoming courses, offerings, and organizational tips.  Complimentary consultations can be scheduled to discuss your needs and determine how we can help!  Contact Cindy at [email protected]

A member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) since 2004, Cindy was the Founding President of “NAPO Nashville”.  She currently serves on the Executive Board of Directors for the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD).  As a subscriber to ICD, Cindy continues her education and study of chronic disorganization, completing 5 certificates of study in the areas of Time Management, Learning Styles and Modalities, Chronic Disorganization, Basic Hoarding Issues, and Basic ADD as well as participating in regular teleclasses and courses.  Additionally, in 2010, Cindy completed the foundational courses to become an Organizer Coach.

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