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– The audience will learn how to organize, declutter and clarify their workplace on all levels – from paper to electronic, to time management. 

– The audience will learn how to move from a culture of overwhelming to one that fuels radical productivity, sustainable performance, and peace of mind.

Whether you work in an office, are part of the “new normal” of working from home, or a combination of the two, it’s not what you do, who you do it for, or where you do it…it’s HOW you operate in your work environment that’s the game-changer. When employers and business owners are ready to learn how to set themselves up for success every day versus defeat, Wendy’s ready to show them how. That’s when the real productivity magic happens.

Wendy Ellin has most recently launched Wendy Ellin’s 3P Corporate Academy, a learning journey built on a community-based platform that invites organizations to move from a culture of overwhelming to one that fuels radical productivity, sustainable performance, and peace of mind.

Tune in Tuesday when Wendy and I will discuss how to enhance engagement, focus, and job satisfaction corporate-wide!

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyellin

Website – https://www.wendyellin.com/

By Segment


00:56-15:14 –  Eric Sarver introduces his guest, Wendy Ellin, a Workplace Productivity Consultant. Wendy is also an international speaker, and #1 best selling author, with her book, Working From Home… How’s That Working For You? She has most recently launched Wendy Ellin’s 3P Corporate Academy, a learning journey that invites organizations to move from a culture of overwhelming to one that fuels radical productivity, sustainable performance, and peace of mind. Wendy says that she was in the advertising business for many years. She wound up observing the way people operated in their environment. She worked in a cubicle and was 100 percent commission, had a budget to make every month and knew exactly how to set herself up for success everyday. When she looked at everyone else, they were never on time, never honored their word, had piles of stuff around them, and were very stressed out. She left radio in 2000 and realized that she had a gift in doing things in a way that served her well in the workplace and in her life. So she decided to start teaching this to other people. Wendy discusses some challenges business owners face today like the post covid workplace and how the pandemic has shed a light on challenges people were already facing like disorganization.


17:28-29:54 –  Wendy and Eric discuss more about organization. Wendy discusses methods to this and says to do what works for you. As long as you are getting the result that you want, that’s important. They use Eric’s example of clearing the mess in his closet at home. Wendy says that she looks for progress, not perfection in her clients. Just look for 80 percent organized. Eric mentions to not always strive for perfection, because then you’ll set yourself up for failure. Wendy says that when she works with clients, she doesnt’ work with them for less than 3 months. She doesn’t believe in helping someone in less time than this because she is teaching you organization. This means breaking bad habits and implementing a better mindset to improve productivity. She also finds out when working with organizations why people aren’t getting their work done. They also talk about the impact leaders have for the rest of their team in productivity and being content. Wendy also emphasizes that you’re not wrong or bad for being disorganized, it’s just a challenge that you need to conquer.


31:58-44:37 –  Wendy shares some highlights about her book Working From Home… How’s That Working For You? She wrote the book in July of 2020. She was panicking for everyone in the world during this time because many people had to start working at home. This meant that if they lived amongst mess and disorganization, then they also worked amongst it. The book highlights the toolbox that she teaches in a personal story. There are several client stories that speak to many issues that she works on related to being organized. You can google Wendy Ellin to find more about her and her book or search for the book title as well. Wendy also talks about how she coaches. She says that she approaches what she does with tough love. Reciprocation is also necessary as clients should care about improving. She says “I want this for you if you want this for you.” She also talks about her 3P Corporate Academy. It implements a learn, do, and inspiring model. It’s an individually tailored approach as well because everyone has different pains and struggles.


46:37-57:39 –  Wendy shares success stories of different clients she worked with. One story was about a lawyer who was about to be taken off from a client. The lawyer was never returning emails, phone calls, etc. she got him to set up her systems and follow them. She coached him until he started to see his habits changing and he was able to keep his job. She has also had a client once who was in a really bad place in her job. Wendy was able to completely transform the way she operated by using the systems she teaches. Her client was sobbing by the end of their journey and was able to do things like take a sick day and take a maternity leave with more peace of mind. They also continue to discuss how clutter affects things like how we focus and pay attention to the present moment as well as how we feel. Before closing the show, Wendy mentions that for those who are struggling with these similar issues, you can do it. You can learn these skills. If you’re in an organization that you think can really use this help or you’re a person wanting to offer this to your employees, this kind of help is a game changer. You’re going to get the best out of your team and yourself. You can find Wendy Ellin at wendyellin.com where you’ll find everything about her and her programs!

About Employment Law Today

Helping Business With Employment Law Issues.

For many business owners, it can be overwhelming to keep up and comply with the federal and state labor and employment laws that govern how they run their business.  With the COVID-19 pandemic, there are new laws and regulations regarding hiring, firing, and workplace practices and protocols — all of which can increase business owners’ anxieties about regaining traction or thriving again.  On my weekly show, we will be discussing the most common employment law related questions and challenges that business owners have been facing in these uncertain times.

The show will have three main goals: (1) to inform businesses about employment law updates, (2) to inspire businesses by giving them the tools to move forward, and (3) to demonstrate how some business owners have overcome their employment law problems, walked through the challenges imposed by this pandemic, and have taken steps to regain traction during the reopening phases of this pandemic.

Our guests will include professionals who advise businesses from an H.R., legal, and financial perspective, along with thriving business owners who will share their experiences and insights into running a successful company while complying with labor and employment law mandates during COVID-19.