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Last month, we helped you SHED. This month, we want to help you learn about The Difference.

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Here's the final installment of Julie Morgenstern's SHED reading assignments. You can catch up on the other assignments here.

Week 5: Summary and Reflection

Answer the following questions:

+ What insights did you gain about yourself from reading this book?
+ What did you learn about where the clutter is in your life?
+ How does it feel to have removed some of the clutter that was weighing you down?
+ What will your next Point of Entry be?

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Julie has shared "SHED" reading assignments here, here, and here. Here's the fourth part of this assignment:

Week 4: STEP 4 - Drive Yourself Forward

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 Last week, Julie shared the SHED Assignment Part 2 here. Here's this week's assignment:

Week 3:  STEP 3- Embrace Your Identity
Embrace Your Identity helps you fortify your self-confidence in those initial hours/days after the old stuff is gone.  The exercises, self-assessments and reflections in the book help you consciously avoid rushing to fill the newly empty space by trusting you have everything you need inside to pursue your dreams and goals.

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Last week, we announced the FranklinCovey Book Club selection here. Julie Morgenstern, the author of "SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life" has personally picked reading assignments and homework weekly to help get the most out of your reading.

Here is Week 2's assignment-

Steps #1 and #2: Separate and Heave:

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Be sure to stop by tomorrow when we reveal what our Book Club selection is for the month of March. We're especially excited for this one, as the featured author will be providing tips to help you get the most out of your reading.

Stay tuned!

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Here's the GO pick for February:

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Have you read Julie Morgenstern's Organizing From the Inside Out? If so, share what you thought of the book here.

Possible discussion topics:

+ What obstacles do you face when trying to get organized? How can you overcome them?

+ What are your organizing goals and needs?

+ What was your favorite de-clutter/organized advice she shares in the book?

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Is one of your resolutions to get organized this year? Then January's Book Club Pick is just for you.

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