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Disorganization: 5 Factors & How to Positively Impact Them

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Janice Russell

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Disorganization. You know how it looks and feels, but do you know that understanding the causes of disorganization can be instrumental in overcoming the clutter.

Chronic disorganization (CD), as defined by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), describes a person with a past history of disorganization which has not improved with self-help efforts, that negatively impacts the person's quality of life and that is not expected to change in the future. In order for a person to be classified as CD, the person must meet all of those criteria.

People impacted by CD may also be affected by one or more of the following factors.

In this session we will discuss five distinct causes of disorganization, but Master Organizer & Productivity Strategist, Janice Russell, will offer strategies to help you lessen their impact.