Announcing… Conquering The Paper Monster Video Lecture!

Note: I am so excited to make this announcement because I’ve been working on it for a while.   After presenting this lecture at various local genealogy societies, I have decided to make this lecture available to everyone!  I have recorded the lecture, synced it with the presentation slides, and you even get the handout!


Learn to Organize Your Genealogy Papers

5 January 2011 – Los Angeles, CA.  Elyse Doerflinger – author of the popular e-book Conquering The Paper Monster Once and For All – has released a video recording of the Conquering The Paper Monster Lecture.  Elyse has presented this lecture at various genealogy societies and has finally recorded it for all the world to see!

This video lecture includes the presentation slides synced with Elyse’s voice audio to create a lecture that can be listened to in the comfort of your home.  Along with the video, customers will receive a .pdf copy of the handout. Conquering The Paper Monster Video Lecture is available here for the price of $7.99.

In Conquering The Paper Monster Video Lecture, you’ll learn how to create a custom organizational system that is unique to your needs, wants, and personality.  This lecture will walk you through the easy step-by-step process of organizing your genealogy papers.  Organization is something nearly every researcher needs help with – and this lecture is perfect to help you finally “conquer the paper monster”.

About Elyse Doerflinger

Elyse Doerflinger is a rising young genealogist with a speciality in organization and technology.  She is the author of Elyse’s Genealogy Blog, where she shares her knowledge and family history.  Her love of sharing knowledge with others has inspired her to write for lecture for various genealogy societies and write for genealogy magazines. Connect with her through email, Facebook, or Twitter!

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