The office clutter cure: how to get out from under it all!

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Marsh Creek Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 183 pages
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From the bestselling author of Is There Life After Housework?, comes a guide to help readers clear out office clutter--overflowing "in" boxes, messy desks and bulging filing cabinets. Aslett offers a cure for every kind of office clutter that hinders productivity--even mental clutter like gossip and office politics. 175 illustrations.

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User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

My sister Heather let me borrow 4 of her Don Aslett books. I am loving them! This one is the one area I feel like I do pretty well at. I'm good at organizing and keeping on top of paperwork. A lot of the ideas he has are great. Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Rickey - Goodreads

I like the four box approach to dealing with a backlog of papers. Out, Route, Doubt, Sprout Read full review

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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Copyright

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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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