Synopses & Reviews
Veteran professional organizer Morgenstern has spent years honing the principles of organization into a simple, and universal system. Organizing from the inside out--developing a plan tailored to each individual's psychological needs--ensures, once and for all, a system that won't break down.
Morgenstern explains the basic concepts--analyze, strategize, attack--then provides tips gleaned from her years of experience with offices, home offices, mobile offices, children's rooms, kitchens, garages, and storage spaces. Organizing From the Inside Out will be welcomed by corporate executives, entrepreneurs and the self-employed, working parents, students and city dwellers in small apartments--anyone facing an overwhelming amount of clutter, both physical and psychic. Also provided are useful chapters on time management and taming technology, critical elements in any modern organizing scheme.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
About the Author
founded an organizing consulting firm, Task Masters, ten years ago, and is a board director of the National Association of Professional Organizers. Her clients include Fortune 500 corporations, and she has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, and ABC World News Now. She lives in New York City.