Work Smart, Not Hard! Time Management Expert Shows the Way!

Fort Wright, Kentucky (PressExposure) April 18, 2008 -- In her lifelong passion and quest for eliminating clutter amid chaos in the workplace, Jane Schulte built her career on time management and organizational tools which she developed over the past 25 years.

But it wasn’t until about a year ago when she was personally challenged to share the tools with others that she began to write them down. WORK SMART, Not Hard! was published last month and is already sitting as a #1 bestseller under Health and Self-Improvement on [].

The book teaches high-paced, busy people to “have it all” - balance, energy and more free time. Jane explains:

"I believe that you do not have to struggle in order to get results. In fact, the more you struggle, the less likely you will produce results and the more likely you will not be recognized for your value. Thus, you remain stuck and unhappy. Since time is the new currency, adopting my tools can turn struggle into peace, promotion and joy."

She also believes that people entering the workplace after high school, college or even graduate school are ill equipped to take on the demands of today’s competitive and technologically advanced office. Each student should receive a diploma and a copy of the book!

About PRISM Title & Closing Services

Jane Schulte is Executive Vice President and COO of PRISM Title & Closing Services, Ltd. With nearly 25 years of experience in legal and business management, she spear-headed the launch of PRISM in 2006 and has grown the company from 8 to 60 employees. Her expertise lies in the areas of business development, business operations, strategic planning, employee and client relations, financial management and analysis and implementation of successful business practices. She is a results-oriented leader and an industrious problem solver.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 09, 2008 at 10:07 am
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