A Perfect Mess by Eric Abrahamson
The Hidden Benefits of Disorder--How Crammed Closets, Cluttered Offices, and On-the-Fly Planning Make the World a Better Place

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The authors of this antidote to obsessive neatness assert that "crammed closets, cluttered offices, and on-the-fly planning make the world a better place," thus creating a huge target audience of inveterate slobs. Actually, Messrs. Abrahamson and Freedman display less concern about your closet than your mind. With scads of fittingly spontaneous anecdotes and case studies, they justify our seemingly inherent need to keep things messy. Give this book as a gift to the person it brings to mind.
 

About Eric Abrahamson

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Eric Abrahamson is the youngest ever full professor of management at Columbia University's School of Business.David H. Freedman is a business and science journalist who writes for the Atlantic Monthly, Newsweek and Wired. David H. Freedman is a business and science journalist who writes for the Atlantic Monthly, Newsweek and Wired.
 
Published January 1, 2006 by Orion. 288 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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