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

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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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About Dorothy Lehmkuhl

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Lehmkuhl is the founder and president of Organizing Techniques, a service that consults to individuals and businesses on time management and office procedures.
Published April 6, 2011 by Harmony. 226 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Business & Economics, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Carlin Romano

Putting things away in a drawer means allowing them to disappear from my mind, with the emphasis fully on “disappear.” It’s much better for me to have organized piles on open shelves than organized files in drawers, and I never would have thought of such an option before reading this book.

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