In Favor of Mess Dave Freedman, co-author of A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder, and Kathy Waddill, an author and professional organizer, discuss whether the moderately messy are more efficient, more resilient and more creative.
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In Favor of Mess

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In Favor of Mess

In Favor of Mess

In Favor of Mess

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Dave Freedman, co-author of A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder, and Kathy Waddill, an author and professional organizer, discuss whether the moderately messy are more efficient, more resilient and more creative.

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Dave Freedman, co-author, A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder, and contributing editor and technology columnist at Inc. Magazine

Kathy Waddill, professional organizer and author of The Organizing Source Book: Nine Strategies for Simplifying Your Life