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Japanese tidying guru Marie Kondo wants to help you spark Joy At Work

Japanese tidying guru Marie Kondo wants to help you spark Joy At Work

10/8/2020 10:12:00 AM

Japanese tidying guru Marie Kondo wants to help you spark Joy At Work

SINGAPORE - When Japanese tidying guru Marie Kondo envisioned her new book, she saw herself bringing her philosophy of 'sparking joy' from the home to the workplace - even if joy is the last thing many people expect from their job.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Together with American organisational psychologist Scott Sonenshein, she would advise readers on how to declutter their work spaces - physically, digitally and mentally - in Joy At Work.Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM.

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