According to the book Organize
Your Mind, Organize Your Life, the key to a less hectic, less
stressful life is not simply to become more organized, but to
change the way you think. The authors are Dr. Paul Hammerness,
assistant professor of psychiatry and a researcher in brain
sciences at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Margaret Moore,
co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital — both
In their book, Dr. Hammerness and Ms. Moore explore the latest
brain science underlying organization and offer tips about how to
use the innate organizational power of your brain to make your life
less stressful, more productive, and ultimately more rewarding.
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