Mitzi Weinman was not born organized, in fact, she continues to work at it every day. Through her journey - and those of her clients - she has learned various life-enhancing ways to approach organization and personal productivity. Mitzi Weinman, founder of TimeFinder, is a coach, workshop leader and professional speaker. She helps people develop good habits and techniques to reduce stress which can result from not planning, procrastinating, feeling disorganized and overwhelmed, and rushing to get things done, at work and/or at home. Since 1989, TimeFinder's programs have provided ongoing support and professional and personal development to hundreds of companies, individuals and associations.
Mitzi's many clients include: New Balance, Reebok, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Symphony Orchestra, WGBH, Lojack, Grant Thornton, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Weston and Sampson Engineers, Pearson Education and Marriott University.
Prior to founding TimeFinder, Mitzi worked as the New England Advertising Representative specializing in recruitment advertising for the Chicago Tribune; an Account Executive for Northwest Travel selling corporate travel; a Sales Administrator for Trans National Travel; and an Account Coordinator for Buyer Advertising where she also created the Traffic Department. Throughout her career, the need to stay organized, build relationships, keep promises by following through were critical to Mitzi's work as a sales administrative assistant, account coordinator, sales representative, and entrepreneur.
Mitzi's tips and techniques appear regularly in publications, on TV and radio, including Fox 25 News, Martha Stewart Living Radio, "Making a Living with Maggie," on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Investor's Business Daily, Boston Business Journal, American Way (American Airlines in-flight magazine), Woman's Day, Marie Claire, Redbook, Bj's Journal, Mass High Tech and more. Mitzi also publishes her own E-Newsletter, OnTime. Mitzi received her B.S. from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and lives in Needham, MA, with her husband, son and dog.