7th Annual Northeast Regional Conference
for Productivity & Organizing Professionals
Saturday, November 6, 2021
A huge THANK YOU goes to everyone who attended from all across the USA — from the east coast to Texas to Oregon and Washington.
Hope to see you all next year!
8:30 – 8:45am Sign-in & Chat with fellow attendees while enjoying the NERCPO Time Capsule
8:45 – 8:50am Welcome Remarks ~ Sue Duval, NAPO-CT President
8:50 – 9:00am Setting the Stage for NERCPO 2021 ~ Matt Baier, NAPO-CT Immediate Past President
Highlighting Zoom instructions and conference format to make this a fantastic NERCPO for everyone.
9:00 – 10:00am Presentation #1 ~ Colleen Ashe, CPO®,PMP®, SMM-C®
Move Mastery: Orchestrating the Perfect Move
In this session, Colleen shared her best tips, smart strategies and “gotthca lessons” for performing seamless moves.
10:00 – 10:30am Industry Insight ~ Jenny Pitman, Doyle Auctioneers & Appraisers
How Do I Help My Clients Find the Value of Their “Stuff”
Jenny explained the different reasons objects are valued with different price points.
10:30 – 10:45am Breaktime #1
10:45 – 11:00am Fun Little Organizing Game – Do You Know? ~ Seana Turner, NAPO-CT Past President
11:00 – 11:45am Breakout Discussion Rooms ~ Participants will break into “rooms” for small group discussion.
11:45 – 12:00pm Breaktime #2
12:00 – 1:00pm Presentation #2 ~ Tammy C. O’Neil, ACC, CSSC, CPT, ADHD Coach
How to Work with the Distracted and Disorganized Client
As a Certified Associate Coach, Parent Trainer, Student Success Coach, ADHD Coach and Professional Organizer, Tammy used her experience to provide guidance on how to work with clients who have neurodiverse brains.
1:00 – 1:30pm Closing Remarks & Raffle Draw ~ Sue Duval, NAPO-CT President
“Love you guys! So appreciate all the effort you put into this. It’s a gift to us all.”
- Bonnie Maya
- Judith Ann Kirk
- Susan O’Connell
- Lauren Hass
- Margarita Cossuto
- Matt Baier
- Rachel Fontaine
- Seana Turner
Seana’s ‘Do You Know?’ game had 2 winners. Prize is one gift certificate for either the Container Store or Target, the two most popular requests from the registration poll. Thanks everyone for participating.
“I won a book at the raffle! Thank you to the authors that donated their books,”
Thank you, NAPO-CT for inviting us to attend. This is what I love about zoom, we can visit different chapters and meet new people.
To NAPO-CT…thank you for a great virtual conference! I’m so glad I got to attend from Portland, Oregon!
Thank you so much for welcoming me into your conference!
All the presentations were on such different but helpful topics with valuable content
Thank you, NAPO-CT, for hosting such a wonderful conference!
Great structure and content. Well done!
Really well done! Thank you!
Thank you for another quality conference!
Thank you to the entire NERCPO team. Well done!
Great job to all who helped make this a successful conference.
Kudos for a wonderful conference!
Congrats on another fabulous NERCPO conference. Next year in person!
Wonderful as always. Thank you all so much!
First-time attendee; I thought it was really well done abd I didn’t even mind the 5:45a.m. start time for me! Job well done. Kudos to all!
NAPO-CT Rocks! But if it is live next year, I hope you can have a virtual log in choice… gives people who cannot travel the opportunity to participate.
ATTENDEES WERE ASKED: What does Organization mean to you?
Find what you need and need what you find.
A place for everything and everything in its place.
Spaces that function.
Being able to find things when I need them.
Finding what you need when you need it and space to use it.
Peace of mind.
Not wasting time looking for things.
Freedom and more time to do what I really love to do.
Feeling in control of your space and the things you need.
Clarity, time savers, peace of mind, efficiency.
Taking the less important things out of the way, so that you can get to the MOST important things.
An area that looks relatively neat and inviting, and in which you can find everything you need.
A logical order and process to everyday life.
Maintaining order in our spaces, calendars, time and stuff.
Knowing what you have and where you have it.
“A big congratulations to NAPO-CT and the NERCPO planning committee on another successful NERCPO! The level of content and seamlessness of how well everything flowed and kept to the time listed on the agenda blew me away. You also had great communication i.e. emails prior to the conference that helped attendees prepare accordingly for the conference and left no room for hiccups on the day of. Thank you for your continued hard work and dedication in putting together such a well-run and quality conference year after year. It is greatly appreciated.”