Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life

This book tackles the source of your mess — cloudy and disorganized thinking.

By Margaret Moore and Paul Hammerness, MD (Harlequin, 2011).

What do your neurological patterns have to do with the mess on your desk? Everything, say the authors of Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life. That’s why this book doesn’t just teach readers organizational and list-making skills.

Distraction has become an epidemic, say authors Paul Hammerness, MD, a Harvard assistant professor of psychiatry, and Margaret Moore, life coach and codirector of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical School. As a result, they observe, many otherwise healthy people are suffering symptoms of OBLT, or being Overwhelmed By Life Today.

Their book presents a powerful collection of tools for tackling that malady. And because the advice comes from a brain scientist and a life coach, readers get both deep scientific knowledge and actionable advice. It’s an empowering combination. Whether you suffer from adult ADD, or just a case of too-busy-to-focus, learning to “organize your life by better organizing your mind” offers palpable relief, and fresh hope.

You can find the book in our Amazon online store.

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