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57 Secrets for Organizing Your Small Business
Disorganization in your small business costs money. Because time is money, every moment you spend looking for missing information, redoing lost work, and coping with interruptions takes you away from more lucrative activities. Armed with the 57 organizing secrets in this book, you can save time, grow your profits, reduce your stress, and increase your productivity.
Paperback, 188 pages
Published February 19th 2014 by Logical Expressions, Inc.
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I expected that I could skim through these 57 tips, but each tip is several pages long making it more like a mini-course than a book - and a really good one at that. I recommend reading one tip a day to give yourself time to digest each one and then take whatever action might be appropriate for you. Overall, I am very impressed with this book. It's obviously written with the benefit of extensive experience and filled with time-tested solutions. I honestly can't think of a single thing that was l ...more
If you are a small business owner, then this book should be considered mandatory reading, but as my subject line says, everyone can get some benefit out of it. There are many helpful hints applicable to everyday life, such as managing your finances and computer security, but particularly in regards to handling all of the documents that we encounter, both paper and electronic. I have often heard that even when you have something brilliant to say, you have to write it simply enough so that everyon ...more
Julie Bestry is a Certified Professional Organizer® and president of Best Results Organizing in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In her previous career in the fast-paced, detail-oriented, and wacky world of television broadcasting, Julie developed a passion for inspiring good organizing skills and systems with patience and humor. Julie particularly loves eliminating paper chaos and motivates her overwhelme ...more