The Office Clutter Cure: How to Get Out from Under it All!

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Marsh Creek Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Self-Help - 183 pages
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The Office Clutter Cure If you're surrounded by piles and stacks of paper, haven't seen the top of your desk in years, or you're afraid to even look into your file cabinets, this is the book for you! It takes a hard (but hilarious) look at the state of our offices and cubicles, and serves up at least two dozen convincing reasons to clear all that clutter out (vividly details all the obvious and hidden ways office clutter is hurting us.) Then it outlines the cure, including how to deal with those big bad backlogs of paper, how to reclaim your desk, how to make better use of briefcases, how to halt the flow of clutter into your office.

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Contents

lntroduction
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How It All Began the evolution of the office
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1s It Really That Bad?
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About the author (1994)

After collaboration on 25 books in the past 20 years, best-selling author Don Aslett has joined with Carol Cartaino to create Keeping Work Simple, a handy guide that addresses all aspects of work life with practical, useful advice. Aslett is the author of many popular books, including The Office Clutter Cure, How to Have a 48-Hour Day, Clutter's Last Stand, How to Be #1 with Your Boss, and Not for Packrats Only. To promote his works, Don has made more than 6,000 public appearances, including radio and in-person speeches and seminars. He is Chairman of the Board for Varsity Contractors, one of the nation's leading cleaning companies.

Caldwell graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. During a year's cruise, he took out a 99 year lease on Prune Island and made it his home. Building the Palm Island Beach Club resort as his family business.

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