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The weekly video series promises to give viewers the low down on the must-read business books. Kelly will help you navigate this summer’s top reads so you’ll be able to step up your game in business and in life.
Just a few of the treats we’ll be covering include Originals, Elon Musk, Predictably Irrational, The Art of Startup Fundraising and much more. In today’s installment Kelly gives her take on The Life–Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
“As I get further along in my career, I’m beginning to pay closer attention to the factors that cause me to be more or less productive,” says Kelly. “One thing I’ve noticed is that when my office and home are messy, I’m more easily flustered and frustrated. But a clean, open and bright space boosts my mood and helps me maintain focus and clarity.”
“For this reason, I was so happy to stumble on Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” she adds. “In this book review, I provide you a sneak peek into her internationally acclaimed method and share my experience implementing her rules in my own life.
Kelly Burton Ph.D. is an accomplished entrepreneur with over a decade’s experience launching and scaling start-up companies. She is the founder of Bodyology, a tech-based clothing line and Nexus Research Group, a social research firm. Burton is also a columnist for UrbanGeekz.