The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
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I read this a while ago and it really resonated with me. I immediately thought of it while listening to Bookworm podcast on Work Clean. The idea of a simplified workspace and home; to enable productivity, peace, and happiness really appeals and I think you guys could have a great discussion around this.

Question: is it really really close? Or is does it come at it quite different? I’m leary of doing two books that are almost identical.

Sidenote: don’t forget to vote. :wink:

Very different. Think of the ideas of a clean workspace, expanded to the entire house. It’s not a “productivity” book at all, but maybe that’s part of the appeal!

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If you ever do this book, note that Kondo does not know English. The English version of this book is not different in content but it is very different in style. I also think this book is redundant after covering any minimalism book and knowing Joe and MIke’s attitudes towards it.

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