Are You Prepared for an Emergency? Productivity Specialist Emily Parks Creates Class & Book To Prepare You & Your Business

Business organizer, technology specialist, professional office organizer and certified Evernote Certified Consultant Emily Parks will be presenting a lunch and learn When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business and Your Team Be Ready? on Thursday, September 28th.
By: Organize For Success
Are You Prepared for an Emergency?  Learn how to prepare with Emily Parks.
Are You Prepared for an Emergency? Learn how to prepare with Emily Parks.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Sept. 19, 2017 - PRLog -- Parks asked, "Is your business prepared to keep going no matter what the emergency? If you were to experience a natural disaster, fire or storm could your business keep going or would you have to shut down?"  Parks continued, "September is National Preparedness Month and reminds us to be prepared. As a business owner it is critical that you have an emergency response plan and a business continuity plan. Even if you already have a plan, this is a great time to update it and make sure you have the latest resources available."

The lunch and learn will be held from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Executive Office Suites Board Room at 8480 Honeycutt Road, Suite 200 in North Raleigh. To purchase tickets and learn more:

When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business and Your Team Be Ready?teaches you how to keep your business and your life running no mater what.   In this lunch and learn, you willlearn how to do the following:

·      Prepare your business for data issues, including viruses;

·      Create a business recovery plan;

·      Plan for any disaster;

·      Communicate with clients and team members during emergencies; and

·      Use Evernote to manage an emergency.

Parks expressed, "When creating your preparedness plan for any emergency, is your business taking into account the importance of properly communicating with employees in your team, vendor partners and customers alike?"   In this video, Parks elaborates on keeping contact information up-to-date and being proactive in providing updates to keep your business running.

Another emergency that may happen quickly is someone dying or becoming incapacitated.   If this were to happen does your family have access to important online account information?  Parks has created an eBook, Preparing for Your Digital Afterlife.  She shared, "Did you know in many states, your heirs could be committing a crime by using what passwords you left them after you have died?  Too often when we think of estate planning, we forget to include our digital assets.  I created my digital estate planning eBook to remove the guess work out of what you need to do for a complete digital estate plan."

To learn more about Park's eBook and to purchase Preparing for Your Digital Afterlife:

No matter what your needs, Emily Parks can help you be prepared for any emergency, natural or man made disaster including:

·      Create an Emergency Response Plan;

·      Find solutions for data and paperwork challenges;

·      Build an Emergency Preparedness Kit;

·      Develop a Communications Strategy;

·      Maintain and update plans and more.

To learn more about how she can help you be more productive, find the best tech tools for your specific needs,  or streamline your workflow process, please visit:

Contact Emily at 919-981-6397 or

Partner with Emily Parks…Make Every Minute Matter! TM

About Organize for Success

The mission of Organize for Success is "Maximize work/life solutions for meaningful results with your very limited time" while our vision is "Make life efficient for time-crunched leaders." Organize for Success provides one on one and team consulting; customized workshops & trainings; workflow processes and how to organize your workspace statewide in North Carolina.

Owner Emily Parks is an Evernote Certified Consultant as well as an Instructor at North Carolina State University's Technology Training Solutions Center. Parks was recognized in the 2015 class of 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards from the Triangle Business Journal. She was also awarded the 2015 Member of the Year from the National Association of Women Business Owners, Greater Raleigh.


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