I found this to be a book in which a naturally organized person creates a lot of systems to "save" the naturally disorganized. The author has a few good tips, but otherwise offers chapter after chapter of simliar advice without accounting for different personalities.
Naturally organized folks are not likely to reach for this book. Readers looking for an organization book are more likely to identify with Carol Barnier's book: "If I'm Diapering the Watermelon, Then Where'd I Leave The Baby--Help for The Highly Distractable Mom." Barnier recognizes the strengths of this person, and offers tips that help her own distractable personality keep order.
This was a good beginning organizing guide. When I read it, I was past the quick tips that she offered (mostly because I had read her other organizing books). Still a great tool to have. Always good to go back and brush up on things you may have forgotten or that you couldn't put into use at the time. Gotta love Emilie!