“On Top Of Everything” Wins Silver at the 2010 Axiom Business Book Awards

Calgary, AB  - March 20, 2010 The new book On Top Of Everything™: Manage Your Projects & Life With Ease” by Laurence Seton has won a silver medal at the 2010 Axiom Business Book Awards.

The Axiom Business Book Awards, now in their third year, honor exemplary business books published each year. The awards recognize and promote the world’s best business titles. They celebrate the innovative, intelligent, and creative aspects of books that make us think, see, and work differently every day.

Projecteze® Cuts Through the Disorganization

Projecteze® Cuts Through the Disorganization That 80 Percent of Canadians Experience

CALGARY, AB (PRWEB) March 19, 2010 -- Stress is taking a toll on Canadians, making effective time management nearly impossible. According to a November 2009 Leger Marketing survey conducted by Professional Organizers in Canada (POC), 80 percent of those polled struggle to manage time and maintain order in the home and workplace. Thirty-four percent report that they lack effective time-management skills and tools, while their personal and work schedules are the most disorganized aspect of their lives. More alarming, 90 percent of these “disorganized” Canadians say the lack of structure results in stress, frustration, discouragement and thoughts of failure.

Achieve Work-Life Balance With Projecteze®

Calgary, AB, Feb 3, 2010 — Laurence Seton of Projecteze Inc. announces the release of his new book, On Top of Everything™: Manage Your Projects and Life With Ease. The book introduces a counter-intuitive approach for creating work-life balance, using Projecteze®: The Ultimate Organizational System. Projecteze offers a simple and easy way to manage all aspects of a busy life.

The book shares a personal narrative of Laurence's struggle to create work-life balance and the solution he created. As a career user of project management and personal productivity tools, Laurence, a senior engineer and Project Management Professional, found himself struggling to stay on top of everything. Laurence found existing management systems focused either on project management or focused on personal productivity. Laurence wanted a single tool that was sophisticated enough to handle both.