The top ten things our editors learned from Dr. Oz, Suze Orman, Nate Berkus, and more O experts at O You! 2011.
"Before you place something in your space, ask yourself: ‘What does this object mean to me?"—Nate Berkus
"Assess your stress and cope with it. It’s not about getting rid of it, it’s about dealing with it."—Dr. Oz
"We're constantly demanding change from our government, from businesses, from schools. But maybe we need to be those architects of change we've been demanding."—Lisa Ling
"I know that everyone should have a tailor on their speed dial. And that every woman should own a pair of nude shoes."—Adam Glassman
"The number one thing you need to know about organizing: Don't ask yourself 'What do I need for this room?' but 'What do I need from this room?' What is your vision for this space? If an object does not reflect the vision you have for a room, get rid of it."—Peter Walsh