Two sides of the same coin, Motivation and Procrastination are neurologically related. Unlocking the keys to motivation can loosen procrastination's hold, and breaking down procrastination leads both to incremental progress as well as upticks in motivation. Join us for this conversation to learn how these phenomenon function in your brain and how you can use that information to boost motivation and avoid procrastination.
This webinar is open to ACEDC and ACCoC members only and registration is free.
Registrants will receive a Zoom link from the Addison County Chamber of Commerce via email shortly before the webinar starts.
Hosted by the Addison County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Addison County Economic Development Corporation
Certified Professional Organizer at Productivity Vermont (Bristol)
Porter Knight is a dynamic and popular presenter, life-changing consultant, and author of the book: Organized to Last: 5 Simple Steps to Staying Organized. A nationally recognized industry leader, she was one of the first in the nation to achieve the credential of Certified Professional Organizer®, and developed the industry’s flagship education courses, “Introduction to Professional Organizing” and “Starting an Organizing Business.” She lives in Bristol, Vermont where she coordinates a monthly Social Justice Discussion group, created and manages the Bristol Trail Network, a consortium of trails in and around the community, and volunteers for the Vermont Refugee Assistance Program. Most of the time, though, Porter can be found outside: she is a committed equestrian, dog lover, and hiker.
Founded in 1969, the Addison County Chamber of Commerce plays a vital role in the success of Addison County’s business community. With a full-time paid staff, the Chamber operates a Visitor Information Center just outside of Middlebury’s downtown. The Addison County Chamber is responsible for promoting the county as a tourism destination, responding to inquiries from visitors and residents as well as providing referrals to member businesses.
The Addison County Chamber is a vital resource for the business community by providing governmental affairs programming, educational forums and opportunities to meet other members to create and nurture connections.
The Chamber’s mission is to enhance the economic vitality of Addison County.
Please contact us by phone, email or in person.
The Visitors' Center is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.