There is not a doubt in my mind that even the most successful entrepreneurs out there struggle with the temptation to allow unorganized clutter to amass in their personal work spaces. A huge fan of doing everything I can to make systems generally more efficient, I could not help but naturally think about just how much more efficient I (or you) would be had you applied some of Lisa s tip to your own life and home office. Whether it saves you from stumbling unnecessarily, or scouring for hours trying to find a document (time that could be better spent actually working on your business), this book is jam-packed with tips that are a pure goldmine. On top of her book, check out her website workingnaked.com: her bare essential recommendations are great, and one portion of her website even allows you to submit a photo of your home office in order to receive a gentle critique, complete with tips to improve it. --Tactical Cash Flow
Things like clothes and commutes seem so excessive in the modern day workplace. Working Naked is a guide to working from home. Author Lisa Kanarek encourages people to use their home office to its fullest when working, and gives readers a run down to the many avenues of the home office. From saving space, to using efficient home office equipment, dealing with massive paper work and more, Working Naked is a guide for those who only want the bare essentials of work. --Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Lisa Kanarek is the founder of HomeOfficeLife, a consulting firm that advises home-based business owners on all aspects of working from home including home office set up, function, productivity and technology, and is founder of the blog WorkingNaked.com.
Lisa has been a guest on several national programs, including Good Morning America, CNN Financial News, and Public Radio s Marketplace. She has also been featured as an author and in interviews in hundreds of publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek, and Entrepreneur.