Time Management from the Inside Out: The Foolproof Plan for Taking Control of Your Schedule and Your Life

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Henry Holt and Company, Sep 19, 2000 - Self-Help - 288 pages
America's #1 organizer now takes on our biggest enemy--the time crunch

In this fast-moving world, no greater challenge exists--in both our personal and professional lives--than organizing and managing our time. Now Julie Morgenstern, whose bestselling Organizing from the Inside Out has become the new standard in this category, explains how to meet and conquer the time challenge once and for all. Morgenstern's groundbreaking "from-the-inside-out" approach helps readers uncover their own psychological stumbling blocks and strengths, and develop a time-management system that suits their individual needs.

By applying her proven three-step program--analyze, strategize, and attack--and following her effective guidelines, readers will find more time for work, family, self-improvement, or whatever is most important to them. As Francis Willet, founder and CFO of Day Runner, says, "Morgenstern shows us how to look inside at our own habits and style to create a plan that works, and have fun doing it."

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These days we are overwhelmed by balancing work and family life and overwhelmed with clutter. As a follow-up to her best-selling book Organizing From the Inside Out, Julie Morgenstern is back again ... Read full review

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One of the few time management books that actually makes sense for insanely busy people. Julie Morgenstern really hit the nail on the head for me when she pointed out that if you don't block off time ... Read full review

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Julie Morgenstern is the author of the national bestseller Organizing from the Inside Out, and is a regular guest on television and radio, including two hour-long appearances on Oprah. She is the founder of Task Masters, a New York-based professional organizing company, and consults with individuals and major corporations on time management.

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