Everything in its Place: The Power of Mise-en-place to Organize your Life, Work, and Mind
The previous version of the book has a different title:
Work Clean: The Power of Mise-en-place to Organize your Life, Work, and Mind
The book takes the concept of mise-en-place--a French culinary term that refers to the practice of preparing and organizing all ingredients and tools before beginning to cook--into productivity at work.
It suggests that by applying the principles of mise-en-place, such as planning ahead, breaking down tasks, and creating a designated space for each task, individuals can work more efficiently, avoid distractions, and ultimately be more productive. The book also encourages readers to focus on the present moment, which can help to reduce stress and increase concentration. Additionally, the author's use of examples from professional kitchens and other industries helps to illustrate the principles of mise-en-place and how they can be applied in different settings.
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