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An organized home office is your key to finally getting things done. Start here if: You are fed up with paper You are fed up with email You are fed up with being disorganized throughout your life Don’t have an entire room for a dedicated home office? Turn an alcove, a loft, a corner of your bedroom or the dining room table into an upbe An organized home office is your key to finally getting things done. Start here if: You are fed up with paper You are fed up with email You are fed up with being disorganized throughout your life Don’t have an entire room for a dedicated home office? Turn an alcove, a loft, a corner of your bedroom or the dining room table into an upbeat home office you want to run to...not from. Tame never-ending email. Organize electronic files. Add just a few essential tech tools, leading to an organized mind so you can enjoy your day more.Everyone deserves a home office. If you are an entrepreneur, run a home-based business or work remotely, a home office is a necessity. Even if you don’t work from home, everyone needs a space to pay bills, answer email, and charge your electronics. You can learn to have better time management skills in a home office that makes you smile.Faster than you thought possible, you'll learn to: Clear your desk Reduce unwanted email Stop losing computer files Go paper-less without scanning Never lose important papers again Save time with one change to your to-do list Stay organized longer The SORT and Succeed system is just five simple steps to organize your home office one area at a time. Find time, save money, and overcome information overload with organizing strategies you’ll actually use.  Starting with an entrepreneurial mindset, you’ll be motivated to complete your projects with a repeatable system for success.Darla DeMorrow is a Certified Professional Organizer ® with more than a decade of experience working in corporate offices and home offices. She developed the SORT and Succeed system to help you get organized and stay organized.


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An organized home office is your key to finally getting things done. Start here if: You are fed up with paper You are fed up with email You are fed up with being disorganized throughout your life Don’t have an entire room for a dedicated home office? Turn an alcove, a loft, a corner of your bedroom or the dining room table into an upbe An organized home office is your key to finally getting things done. Start here if: You are fed up with paper You are fed up with email You are fed up with being disorganized throughout your life Don’t have an entire room for a dedicated home office? Turn an alcove, a loft, a corner of your bedroom or the dining room table into an upbeat home office you want to run to...not from. Tame never-ending email. Organize electronic files. Add just a few essential tech tools, leading to an organized mind so you can enjoy your day more.Everyone deserves a home office. If you are an entrepreneur, run a home-based business or work remotely, a home office is a necessity. Even if you don’t work from home, everyone needs a space to pay bills, answer email, and charge your electronics. You can learn to have better time management skills in a home office that makes you smile.Faster than you thought possible, you'll learn to: Clear your desk Reduce unwanted email Stop losing computer files Go paper-less without scanning Never lose important papers again Save time with one change to your to-do list Stay organized longer The SORT and Succeed system is just five simple steps to organize your home office one area at a time. Find time, save money, and overcome information overload with organizing strategies you’ll actually use.  Starting with an entrepreneurial mindset, you’ll be motivated to complete your projects with a repeatable system for success.Darla DeMorrow is a Certified Professional Organizer ® with more than a decade of experience working in corporate offices and home offices. She developed the SORT and Succeed system to help you get organized and stay organized.

30 review for The Upbeat, Organized Home Office: Five Simple Steps to SORT and SUCCEED for an Organized Mind, Better Time Management Skills & an Office that Makes You ... (SORT and Succeed Organizing Series Book 3)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lou Swigert

    This book is excellent! I was looking for books that would help get me motivated and help me to organize my office and the rest of the house. This book series has been an excellent source for accomplishing those tasks. This book was easy to read and easy to follow the system that the author has created. I would highly recommended getting this book along with the other books in the SORT and SUCCEED series, they have been life-changing for me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Abdul

    A great book on Organizing Home Office This book provides very vital simple use techniques to be utilized in organizing the Home Office. The Simple 5 steps SORT and Succeed methodology is an instrumental tool for organization of home office. I find this book extremely useful. This book worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carter Hemphill

    While the book is a rehash of a lot of other organization books, the author does provide tips based on her personal experience as an organizer that are helpful. Overall, a useful guide for the disorganized and overwhelmed.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Good start to getting your home office in shape for 2020 As we are working from home, making your home office comfortable, efficient, and organized is the name of the game and this book will help you get there.

  5. 5 out of 5

    grace ukanwoke

    A couple of good points A little too wordy for me but has some good ideas that work. My advice: skim over any information that's not needed and jump to the good stuff A couple of good points A little too wordy for me but has some good ideas that work. My advice: skim over any information that's not needed and jump to the good stuff

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mike Kanner

    Some good ideas that for me are common sense. However, I spent 10 years as a staff officer and the last 25 working mostly from home, so I had to learn the lessons the hard way. I'm also a bit of a systems junkie who loves looking at new ways to organize offices and work flows. Some good ideas that for me are common sense. However, I spent 10 years as a staff officer and the last 25 working mostly from home, so I had to learn the lessons the hard way. I'm also a bit of a systems junkie who loves looking at new ways to organize offices and work flows.

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