How Organizing my Closet and Files Empowered my Creativity.

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Working from home it never seemed to matter my files were not organized and my clothes were stuffed in drawers without any rhyme or reason.

I would always tell myself I needed to address my current deadline first, then, maybe later I would tackle the filing cabinet for my dresser.

Master researcher, journalist, former Gartner analyst, non-fiction author, chicken wrangler, and Silicon Valley denizen. Reach me at gspieler@gmail.com

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Geri Spieler

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Master researcher, journalist, former Gartner analyst, non-fiction author, chicken wrangler, and Silicon Valley denizen. Reach me at gspieler@gmail.com

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