Organizing From the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern


Organizing From the Inside Out not only teaches the reader how to get organized but helps the reader identify the reasons for his/her lack of organization.  Morgenstern also demonstrates how organizing can help increase productivity, reduce stress, and help one feel better about one’s self.  Organizing From the Inside Out says the key to staying organized is to recognize the behavior patterns that lead to disorganization and the psychological reasons for staying unorganized.  Recognizing these patterns and the psychology behind them is worth the read even if it makes the reader squirm a bit.  Organizing From the Inside Out is a valuable resource for anyone wishing to get or stay organized.

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