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Getting Organized in the Era of Endless

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Yes or No? In some way, everyday, disorganization undermines my quality of life. For instance, I lose things and waste time looking for them, I’m frequently late, my personal or work environment is cluttered and causes tension with my family or co-workers, I can’t bring people to my home, etc.)

Yes or No? I have been disorganized a good deal of my adult life.

Yes or No? Even if I make progress, the clutter and papers and disorganization returns.

Yes or No? My time management skills are weak. I can’t seem to plan, estimate time well, follow-through, or get to the to-do’s on my to-do list productively.

If you answered Yes to these questions, you are chronically disorganized. You’ll need innovative organizing methods proven in the field to improve your level of organization and your quality of life. You’ll likely also need on-going, or regular occasional organizing to maintain your newfound level of organization. We literally “wrote the book” (Conquering Chronic Disorganization) on innovative techniques for people challenged by the kind of disorganization that does not seem to improve with self-help efforts alone.

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