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Organize Yourself: For a Better Life

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The purpose of this audiobook is to declutter your life, choose best in class examples to follow, and do the small things to make your life more pleasant. This lecture was given at Wellesley College about how to enter the "real world," which the author emphasized college certainly is, and make their life better. The "Just Do It" philosophy, promoted by Nike and adopted by so many others, permeates the book. Good today is better than great tomorrow, with the author commenting that waiting for great tomorrow usually leads to just falling further behind. The tracks deal with simplifying your life as Henry David Thoreau pointed out was so essential to one's well being. This is a how to book with suggestions ranging from keeping a coat hanger in your car to keep your sweater or coat clean and neat, as well as available for weather changes, to a 24 month plan to put your life into total order. The audiobook emphasizes making conscious choices of what you allow or keep in your life in order to eliminate those things you do not find worth the effort and/or expense to do.
Learn what it takes to organize yourself for a better life in 60 minutes of conversation and instruction. These are the subjects covered:

1. Sleep Better at Night by Being Organized
2. Three Month Plan to Develop Better Habits
3. Start with Yourself
4. Your Bedroom, Bathroom, and Closet
5. Your Kitchen, Your Home Office, Your Car
6. 20 Time Wasters to Avoid
7. Your Job
8. Your Schedule
9. Your Finances
10. Your Outside Interests
11. Your 24-Month Plan
12. Go Easy on Yourself
13. Have Fun.

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