Company Press Release
July 24, 2000
GET ORGANIZED AND MAKE TIME FOR WHAT MATTERS MOST
Ventura, CA — Time management and organization are two qualities Susie Glennan, owner of The Busy Woman, strives to instill in her rapidly growing audience made up of women from around the world. According to Glennan, “Anyone who fails to plan ultimately plans to fail.” What are these busy women planning, one might ask? The answer is quite simple – just about every aspect of their daily life, to include work, recreation, personal appointments, and quality family time.
One of the many tools that Glennan finds instrumental in accomplishing this phenomenal task is her product line of organizational planners and purses designed especially for women. Her husband refers to these invaluable products as “the family purse,” as they contain everything the family might need when they are away from home!
Glennan, wife of 18 years and mother to three, shares, “The reason I got into the organizer business is to enhance the quality of our family time. For an individual to be too busy for fun, they obviously do not have the right idea – to spend quality time together as a family enjoying life is what it is all about.” Glennan, a former “compulsive organizer of sorts,” has now mellowed out and focuses her business on offering support to frustrated women who are striving to bring better organization and time management into their own lives. She accomplishes this through her products, articles, and seminars, each promoting none other than effective organization and time management.
As a distributor for The Busy Woman’s Daily Planner, Glennan decided she had found her niche. But in less than two years after signing on as a consultant, Glennan learned that the company she had built her career around might be closing its doors. Through a series of telephone calls, she was able to secure a contract to purchase the company. As the new owner, Glennan has successfully carried on the company’s mission to offer a product line that is based on each woman’s own individual personality and needs. “I solicit ideas from women and really listen to their needs as I develop each new product,” shares Glennan.
Now that Glennan has bigger shoes to fill, she spends a great deal of time marketing and promoting the company through conferences and conventions that bring her before large audiences of prospective corporate clients. Glennan recently attended the Professional Business Women’s Conference at the San Jose Convention Center, where she landed an account with a major corporation to which she will supply corporate gifts. Among her new product line, compact purse/planners and business bags are proving to be a huge hit among convention attendees.
Glennan sums up her success by sharing, “Getting organized is about making time for what matters most. Purchase only what YOU need, not what some company wants to sell you. You should manage your planner, not allow your planner to manage you.”rose
Contact: The Busy Woman’s Daily Planner, Ventura