Getting Kids Organized: A Strong Foundation for a Lifetime of Success

Imagine that you have been partnered with a colleague at work to complete an important project for your company. Your bonus, your standing in the company, and your reputation all ride on your ability to work together to optimize your business. Your partner, Mark, is known for flying by the seat of his pants. He rarely writes anything down, he procrastinates, and sometimes he misses deadlines entirely. Determined to make the partnership successful, you develop a schedule for completing tasks and set a meeting with Mark to discuss the plan. He shows up fifteen minutes late and takes no notes, swearing he will remember everything you discuss. You delegate responsibilities ...

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