Sheila Chandra made some of the most beautiful and innovative recordings in the World Music category (beginning with her band Monsoon’s 1982, top ten hit, ‘Ever So Lonely’) until voice problems forced her to retire in 2010.
Since then she has become a best-selling author with 'Banish Clutter Forever' – outlining her own system for home organizing – which she says “makes it possible to pretty much, never tidy up again.” Her latest book 'Organizing for Creative People' draws on her expertise in both fields.
Sheila began mentoring the (then homeless) street artist Stik in 2008, writing a version of 'Organizing for Creative People' just for him. Stik has gone on to become one of the most famous and collectible street artists in the world. The new book is an expanded version of her artist advice to him on how to build a strong foundation for his career. She now also mentors and coaches people in creative careers.