Overview

This guide is based on the philosophy that organization is a skill and, like all skills, it can be learned. The author provides steps for creating systems that will save you time and labor, shows you how to keep your desktop clutter-free, helps you avoid procrastination and excuses,and introduces you to organizational tools that will benefit both you and your staff.

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"Ten Minute Guide to Getting Organized" - by Anonymous on 07-JAN-2013
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The book gives a good and quick ways to get organized
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"Longer than 10" - by Anonymous on 05-JUN-2012
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Good summary of bus proc
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"Ten Minute Guide to Getting Organized" - by Flyingwarrior on 28-DEC-2010
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This book gives practifcal advise on how to streamline your life.  This book takes it a bit further by including how to best work from home, what types of equiptment is needed etc.  For me, I didn't need all of that information but it is easy enough to skip over the part you don't need and focus on that you do.  

The one big piece i took out of it is that Procrastination comes from FEAR.  Find the source of the fear and things get easier for you.   For example - You put off that phone call over and over - why?  Maybe you don't want to hear the rejection or maybe if it difficult news you need to deliver - procrastination is fear based.  If you try to work through that fear and care for it then and there, it is one less problem you have to deal with later on.  Avoiding the issues never make them easier later on.  

Overall very good ideas - worth reading and implementing some of the tips.

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