These days, we face no greater challenge in our personal and professional lives than organizing and managing our time. Now Julie Morgenstern, whose bestselling Organizing from the Inside Out has helped hundreds of thousands of people conquer the clutter in their lives, explains how to overcome the time challenge once and for all. Her groundbreaking from-the-inside-out approach helps you uncover your psychological strengths and stumbling blocks and create a time-management system that suits your individual needs. Let Julie show you how to
Time management is a skill that anyone can learn. Take control of your schedule, connect the activities of your daily life to your most important big-picture goals, and live the life of your dreams.
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Julie Morgenstern is the founder of Task Masters, a professional organizing company that provides consulting services to individuals and companies. Her corporate clients have included American Express, Sony Music, and Microsoft. In addition to her regular appearances on MSNBC's The Home Page, Julie is a frequent guest on many national television programs and a popular speaker around the country. She lives in New York City with her daughter.From AudioFile:
Using many space and function analogies from her organization audio, the author asks us to look at our time as a limited resource – like a closet or house with limited space – and allocate the activities we value most into the best cubby holes. The ideas and principles here are fantastic and make sense right away. And the most valuable of these is her core message that no time management system will work for long if it doesn't respect the user's personal emotional style and preferred behavior patterns. She promotes flexibility and reasonable dedication to a plan, rather than trying to jam every person into the same perfect but unworkable system. And as for the reading, Morgenstern would be a joy to hear reading anything. T.W. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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