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Dr. Laura Aridgides

Dr. Laura Aridgides

Dr. Laura Aridgides started her career as a home-based business entrepreneur in 1999, while working full-time and also a full-time graduate student. Laura earned her Ph.D. in 2001 in Biomedical Science and went on to do post-doctoral research, becoming a published author in peer-reviewed scientific journals. During that same time, Laura rose to the ranks of leadership in her home-based business. After her first son was born in 2003, Laura retired from laboratory work to work full-time in her home-based business while being a stay-at-home mom.

She was consistently recognized as a top performer in her company. In 2003, Laura was recognized as the number 3 recruiter in the entire organization of over 70,000, and in 2008 was again ranked among the top 20 recruiters for the company. She received awards for top in sales and recruiting in her company for 9 years straight.

In 2005, as she welcomed her second son, Laura began to see the fruit of her exceptional organization and time management skills, as they became a necessity to ensure that her business continued to run smoothly, as well as her family.

In 2009, after more than 10 years in the home-based business field, Laura started OrganizeNOW, LLC, an organization and time management company specializing in coaching and training home-based business professionals to ensure maximum productivity. Laura is a top speaker and trainer, having spoken at more than 10 direct sales company conventions.

Jan/Feb 2014 Issue
Build Relationships with Your Customers
by Dr. Laura Aridgides

Networking Trainers Article
I Just Donít Have Time!
by Dr. Laura Aridgides
If I received a dollar for every time I heard, I just dont have time! in my coaching career, I would be very rich. Time management, or more accurately, the lack of time management holds many back from achieving the success they know they could achieve... if only there was more time! Life moves quickly and while there is truth to the saying that, You make time for what is important, there are also things that you can do to help leverage your time.

In networking, you must allot time to...

Networking Trainers Article
"I need help getting organized, but where do I start?"
by Dr. Laura Aridgides
There is a common theme among many networkers. They start their businesses on the side, often working around a job and family obligations. They may put their initial starting materials in a corner or closet. There is no space dedicated to business. But then, their businesses grow. The networker is seeing more prospects. There are more appointments and more people to follow up with. Suddenly the corner or closet is no longer doing the job.

Everyone needs an actual space for their business, and yes, you can use a corner or a closet, as long as it is set up correctly to allow for expansion and organization of business contacts and other materials. Many times networkers have reached the point where they know that organization is needed, but they do not know where to start.

In my coaching business, I like to give visual results first. If someone can see progress, they are more likely to...

Networking Trainers Article
What Will You Do With Your 2,340 Minutes?
by Dr. Laura Aridgides

As we move through each week, there is one area where we are all the same: time. We all have the same amount of time every week. 10,080 minutes every week to be exact. What are you doing with your minutes?

Let's assume that you get 8 hours of sleep each night, and that you choose not to do any work on Sundays. Let's also assume that you spend 2 hours a day preparing and eating your food for the day. For those who are working a traditional job along side your networking business, you can also cut out another 2,700 minutes (8-hour work day, plus 1-hour commute, 5 days a week). That leaves you with 2,340 minutes each week.

So what is the best way to use your 2,340 minutes? read more

Networking Trainers Article
5 Easy Ways to Simplify Your Life
by Dr. Laura Aridgides

In today's fast-paced world, we are often over scheduled, and this can lead to a feeling of overwhelm. When people are feeling overwhelmed, this often leads to a loss of desire to do anything, because the to-do list is just too long. So they procrastinate, veg out in front of the TV or computer, or get lost reading a good book - anything to avoid doing what needs to be done.

However, there are some simple ways to feel less overwhelmed and simplify your life. Here's five of my favorite strategies.... read more

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