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Morgenstern's "from the inside out" system begins by laying out the possible reasons for a failure of organization: technical errors (like having a complex organizing system that breaks down), external realities (like not enough space for your belongings), and psychological obstacles (like fear of failure--or success). Then, her Analyze and Strategize steps help create a plan of action based on your needs and goals, and the brief chapter called "Attack: Getting the Job Done" offers basic ideas for making space. The largest section of the book, "Applying What You've Learned," addresses the specifics of organizing workspaces, home offices, living spaces, and storage areas. Each section has a "How Long Will It Take?" box that gives a realistic time estimate, and Morgenstern's "Julie's No-Brainer Toss List" for each area gives the permission and encouragement that most of us have been waiting for to get rid of things we'll never use again. The section at the end, "Tackling Time and Technology," is worth its weight in DayTimers and PalmPilots. Whatever your organizing issues are, you're not a hopeless case, and you don't need special equipment--just a little understanding of the problem and a willingness to plan before diving in. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Simplify your life and read this book! Very good lessons to help you keep on track and staying organized.Published 18 days ago by Annie B
I love this book! Very quick delivery, and my husband has already started reading it! The author is very understanding and compassionate, so a book really worth every penny!Published 28 days ago by J. L. Sierra
This is my second time reading through this book. It is very inspiring, and very practical. I use it at home and at work, and the time management section is a big bonus.Published 1 month ago by ESB
This is one easy to absorb "how to organize" book. The idea that caught on with me was organize your filing cabinet drop folders exactly the way you think about them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Slack