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Getting Organized in the Era of Endless

SQUALL PRESS, the publishing division of FileHeads, is pleased to announce Getting Organized in the Era of Endless: What to Do When Information, Interruption, Work and Stuff are Endless But Time is Not!
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About Fileheads

Judith Kolberg is a pioneer in the field of professional organizing. She founded FileHeads Professional Organizers in 1989 and is credited with launching an entire professional organizing specialty dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals who are challenged by ‘chronic disorganization’, a phenomena she discovered. In that year, Kolberg founded the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization (now known as the Institute for Challenging Disorganization [ICD]) and published her ground-breaking book Conquering Chronic Disorganization. An industry-thought leader, Kolberg also explicated the trend between attention deficit disorder and disorganization in her best-selling book ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, co-authored with the internationally renowned ADD specialist, Dr. Kathleen Nadeau. The events of September 11, 2001 motivated the publication of Organize for Disaster  which documents the strong connection between organization and disaster preparedness. Getting Organized in the Era of Endless and Creating Your Digital Estate Plan™   describe the new organizing frontier of ‘information afterlife™.’ Squall Press, FileHead’s product division, reports sales of half a million copies of Kolberg’s books in four languages.

Respected by her peers for her innovative organizing ideas and ability to forecast trends, Kolberg is the recipient of the industry’s more prestigious awards. Select books are suggested reading for the certification of all professional organizers and required reading for specialty certificates conferred by the ICD. Kolberg’s thought-leadership podcasts, blogs and presentations now include organizing issues related to gig workers and the on-demand society. FileHeads, based in Atlanta, continues to service people challenged by chronic disorganization. Squall Press has expanded to include book coaching and publishing other authors’ works, including two award-winning authors.