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December 19, 2012

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Kevin

"Clearing Clutter for Clarity" is actually a recommended practice that can have overall health benefits - so this post is right on.

Nice work Allison!

Even if its just as simple as clearing up my car, I notice that I just "feel better" overall. Tackling my office is something I try to keep up with each week. If I don't keep it up with it, I notice my overall productivity and level of happiness diminishes a little.

Amazing but true...

All the best,

Kevin

Antonio Ormachea A

I think also that to consider putting new work systems for a paperless office would not be a bad idea, and will reduce the stress caused by the papers clutter.

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