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NY Times – Office Organizing
Did you see the article "An Orderly Office? That's Personal" in the NY Times about office organizing last Wednesday (3/25/09)? If not, click the article name to link to it.
While I live in Washington, DC and all of my organizing clients are in the DC area, many of them subscribe to the NY Times. Every time an article in the NY Times comes out about organizing, one or more of my clients email it to me. Why? Because these articles resonate with them.
Last week's article was also of particular interest to me because the author mentions "Just as people's differing appetites, metabolisms and capacities for exercise mean that a given diet will work well for some, not at all for others, differences in work styles can run deep, and often call for customized approaches to the home office." This is also my philosophy. Before I touch anybody's office stuff, we have a discussion and document priority activities, supplies and appropriate storage units.
In a few hours there were 100 comments posted on this NY Time's article. NY Times also allows you to Recommend a reader's comments. Out of the 100 comments, the one most recommended was a reader who had truly converted his home office to a paperless office. It can be done, but it takes a lot of technology to support it.
posted on: 3/30/2009 8:30:00 AM by Heather Cocozza
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Heather Cocozza, PMP, CPO® is a Professional Organizer who organizes and designs tailored home and office solutions. She is on the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)-WDC Board of Directors 2009-2010 and is the owner of Cocozza Organizing & Design, LLC. Prior to her organizing career, Heather Cocozza worked 13 years at IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers as an ERP Project Manager and at times traveled extensively while her "virtual" twins were between the ages of 0 to 3.
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