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Julie Morgenstern

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Julie Morgenstern, organizing and time management expert, author and speaker, helps people who want to get organized and companies who want to do more in less time. Since 1989, Julie and her staff have organized the cluttered homes, offices, and schedules of such clients as American Express, Microsoft, FedEx, IKEA, The Miami Heat, NBC-Newsroom, NYC Mayor’s Office, Sony Music, Medicare/Medicaid and Viacom.
As a speaker, media expert and corporate spokesperson, Julie is known for her engaging, articulate style and warm sense of humor. She is a contributor to “O”, The Oprah Magazine, solving reader’s problems by creating order in their life. Julie is a frequent guest on many TV and radio shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and National Public Radio. She is quoted and featured regularly in a wide variety of publications and has been seen in The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Woman’s Day, Health Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and Bottom Line Business.
Julie’s books draw upon her decades of experience as a professional organizer. Her revolutionary techniques and strategies help people improve the quality of their professional and personal lives. Julie’s books* include:
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Making Work Work /Never Check E-mail in the MorningOrganizing from the Inside Out, 2nd Edition Time Management from the Inside Out, 2nd Edition Organizing from the Inside Out for Teens
* Her books are available in audio versions and have been translated into many different languages.
The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) honored Julie with its prestigious Founder’s Award in 2002 for her significant contributions to the professional organizing industry. She served actively on the Board of Directors for NAPO for many years and is also a member of The National Speakers Association (NSA).
Julie’s background in the theatre as a director, producer, and performer provides the foundation for her work as an Organizer. She believes organizing requires the same set of skills as directing/producing – an appreciation of spatial design, the ability to see the big picture as well as the tiny details, and the talent to blend psychology and practical skills to guide people where they want to go.
Her education includes a BA in Theatre from Temple University and graduate studies in Directing at the Goodman School of Drama. Julie lives in New York City.
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Microsoft
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FedEx
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General Electric
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Sony
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NBC Television
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Merrill Lynch
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American Express
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Delta Airlines
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Time Warner Inc.
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Chase Manhattan Bank
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Mayor’s Office of New York
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Federated Department Stores
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Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of CT
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Miami Heat
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Hearst Corporation
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Lillian Vernon Corporation
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Bell South
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Rubbermaid
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Pennsylvania Library Association
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Young Presidents Organization
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Women’s Presidents’ Organization
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Public Storage

Written by Bhushan Kulkarni

March 2, 2007 at 9:22 am

Posted in Management

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