This book was a Maniac favorite! It explains why habits exist and how they are changed. It combines scientific research and analysis with personalized case studies that bring the book to life.
As professional organizers, we often are called upon to create order out of clutter. But in Messy, Harford explores the concept that mess has the potential to be an advantage in one’s life. The book explores the connection between chaos and innovation, mess and creativity, disorder and success.
The KonMarie Method has become a world-wide phenomenon. Copies of Kondo’s books always seem to be popping up at our client’s homes. Frequently we are asked for our opinions on the concepts they introduce. Whether you agree or disagree with Kondo’s somewhat extreme method of tidying, it cannot be denied that she has brought a real awareness to the emotions and feelings that surround our relationship with our stuff.
In this book, Alison Stewart shares a personal story that many of us can relate to involving the death of a parent and the complex process of going through their lifetime of stuff. Her experience led her to a “Junk Crawl” across America to investigate the trillion dollar industry revolving around our junk. It is full of vivid stories and interesting introspect on a world that often goes unnoticed.
Understanding how your ADD comes about and what it does to your work, to your family, your work life, personal life, and to friends, is extremely important. The more you understand how your brain works, the better off you’re going to be.
In this #1 New York Times Bestseller, Chapman defines the five different love languages. He explains how identifying your spouse’s primary love language and communicating in it can be the key to a successful relationship.
For every brain rule, Medina uses easy to read scientific studies to explain how the brain works and then offers creative suggestions that can help build a more productive life.
Understanding how to manage your focus is a really big deal for a lot of our clients with ADHD. The author talks a little bit about how to manage that, which I find is very, very useful and helpful.