Laura Leist

Eliminate the Chaos at Work increases your business productivity and peace of mind by showing you how to create streamlined information systems, processes and workflows.

Laura’s proven 25 techniques are easy to implement, realistic and results oriented. Using these techniques, you can take control over your time and information to create workable systems built to reflect how you think and process information.

Eliminate the Chaos at Work breaks down the everyday organization and productivity challenges you face at work into four areas: time, paper and information management as well as managing all of the stuff in your office. You’ll learn effective time and information management techniques including how to:

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About the Author

Laura Leist, MOS, CPO®, CRTS
Founder, President and Chief Organizing and Productivity Consultant

Since launching Eliminate Chaos in 2000, Laura Leist has walked her own talk
about getting more done to allow “More Time for Life®.” A poster child for getting
much accomplished, this self-described overachiever and award-winning
entrepreneur has grown what was once a one-woman show into a thriving
business. She has also written nine books, including:
Eliminate the Chaos at Work: 25 Techniques to Increase Productivity (Wiley 2011)
Increase Your Productivity Using Microsoft® Outlook 2010
Eliminate Chaos: The 10-Step Process to Organize Your Home & Life
(Sasquatch Books 2006)

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