Earlier in the year I attended the National Association of Professional Organizer’s (NAPO) conference, and I’ve described it before as summer camp for professional organizers, but without the s’mores. This year was in Pittsburgh, and sadly, I barely left the hotel. Someone please invite me back to Pittsburgh to check out the bike trails and baseball! There are so many great things that come from conference, including a really long reading list. Honestly, this list is going to take me more than a year to get through, but because the list of recommended books crossed over so many disciplines and even genres, it might be interesting for you.
Since conference, our organization has officially changed its name to the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals. Still NAPO.
This reading list might be useful for anyone in business or leadership, and many of the caring professions as well.
The Time and Space Style Inventory by Cena Block
by Terry M Huff
Have you read any of these? Any that you recommend? Any that I should skip?
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