A Week by Week Journey
Have you ever tried to "get organized" only to be frustrated after a day, or a week, or a month?
Destination: Organization, A Week by Week Journey recognizes that reaching your organizing goals is a journey, not a one-time event, as you develop processes to cope with daily demands that constantly change. This book is simply laid out, with options to match your individual style, and gives you the tools to organize every aspect of your life. Whether you are hoping to add more productive hours to your day, lower daily stress, or plan a vacation with those extra free hours you have discovered, you can achieve goals with the steps laid out here.
Read sample chapters from the book:
Introduction, "Working and Living in Organization"
Week 1, "Systems Help Us Soar!"
Week 27, "Photographs: Scattered Memories"
This book gives you everything you need to plan your organizational journey and not get lost along the way. Denise has broken down the organizing process into actionable steps to guide you in setting realistic goals, ensuring that you will reach your destination.
--Barry Izsak, president of the National Association of Professional Organizers
"One of the most important lessons I learned from my father growing up in the farm in Nebraska was "Half of any job is having the right tool." Denise Landers has written a book that will serve as a valuable tool you can use to create and sustain a productive life, so you can accomplish your work and enjoy your life. Your quality of life - and the lives of the people around you -- will be greatly enhanced day after day after day.."
--Barbara Hemphill, author of Taming the Paper Tiger
"Denise Landers has made it possible for the disorganized to have hope. Instead of providing a cookie cutter approach that works for some and fails for others, she has designed a means to develop a system that serves the individual best. Thank you, Denise, for your contribution in this important area."
--Kevin J. Price, host of Houston Business Show at CNN 650 & publisher of Houston Business Review (HoustonBusiness.com)