Scottsdale Public Library's Reviews > A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder--How Crammed Closets, Cluttered Offices, and On-the-Fly Planning Make the World a Better Place

A Perfect Mess by Eric Abrahamson
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Jun 16, 2011

bookshelves: adult, nonfiction

The premise of this intriguing book is that mess is actually good! Being less than perfectly organized allows for more creativity and flexibility and can even be more efficient, especially in the business world. Authors Abrahamson and Freedman share several anecdotes, including a look into the profitable world of professional organizers.

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