"Barbara spent a morning in my store helping me to organize my office. I like going into my office now. Thanks to Barbara Hemphill, I'm in charge and the paper tiger is in the cage (well actually it's in its file). -- Elaine Petrocelli President, Book Passage, Corte Madera, California
"Entrepreneurs everywhere will find Taming the Paper Tiger at Work an incredibly effective tool for dealing with all the 'stuff' and 'messes' a business creates, freeing them up to focus on achieving their goals." -- Dan Sullivan The Strategic Coach
"Once again Barbara Hemphill demonstrates why she is a leading authority in the organizing industry, a field she pioneered and continues to define. Taming the Paper Tiger at Work is the office organizing handbook for the new millennium." -- Gloria K. Ritter President, National Association of Professional Organizers
"Taming the Paper Tiger at Work is must reading for anyone who agonizes over what to keep, where to keep it and how to find it. It provides practical strategies on organizing any office to reduce stress and become more productive." -- Daniel Burrus Author, Technotrends
"This book is a road map to developing your own personal style of organization. Barbara Hemphill explodes the myth of the paperless office. We now have the burden of too much information. She tells us how to manage and reduce that burden." -- Chuck Cochran Director, Administration of Finance, National Governor's Association
What people are saying about Taming the Paper Tiger at Work "A valuable tool for anyone who works in an office, whether a corner suite or a corner of the kitchen. Clear, practical and in touch with today's work environment" -- Thomas C. Nelson, PhD. Director, Field Services Division, AARP
From the Publisher
Most people have an area they'd like to get "more organized." At work, it could be a desk buried in phone messages, memos and work-in-progress, overstuffed file cabinets or indecipherable computer files. At home, maybe it's a dining room table laden with bills and receipts, a pile of articles waiting to be read or photographs that need labeling. No matter what the situation, Barbara Hemphill has the practical solution to help control these "Paper Tigers."