Organizing for the Creative Person: Right-Brain Styles for Conquering Clutter, Mastering Time, and Reaching Your Goa ls

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Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, Apr 6, 2011 - Self-Help - 224 pages
The right-brain way to conquering clutter, mastering time, and reaching one's goals: the first book to show creative people how to arrange their desks, their time, and their lives in a style consistent with their unique way of perceiving the world. Suggests a host of practical solutions, all in harmony with the way creative people think and act. 20 line drawings.
 

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Contents

Assessing Your Organizing Style
19
Focusing in on Your Visions
37
Creative Ways to Schedule Your Work
49
Launching Your Visions into Action
59
The Odd Couple Within
76
Starting to Get Ready to Think About
92
The Clutterbug
103
To Keep or Not to Keep
115
And Where to Put
129
Paper Paradise
140
12
179
Plowing a Path Through Personal Papers
195
Postscript to Chapter 14
207
Index
213
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Dorothy Lehmkuhl is the coauthor of Organizing for the Creative Person. Since 1981, Dorothy has been teaching time management and organizing through seminars, speeches, writing, and consulting. She is the founder and president of Organizing Techniques, a service that consults on time management and office procedures. She has worked with AT&T, PaineWebber, and many other groups. Born in Oklahoma, she currently lives in Michigan.

Dolores Cotter Lamping contributed to the book Organizing for the Creative Person: Right-Brain Styles for Conquering Clutter, Mastering Time, and Reaching Your Goals. Lamping is a psychotherapist who has counseled individuals, couples, and groups, and has taught self-development at colleges in the United States and Canada. She is based out of Clinton Township, Michigan, and has the professional credentials of PSYS LMSW LPC.

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