WHERE DO YOU USUALLY WORK?
Whether your primary workplace is in a corporate setting or your home office, becoming and staying organized is crucial for your own piece of mind.
In both situations, you deal with literally tons of paperwork, interruptions, phone calls, correspondence to answer, projects, and the list goes on. Have you ever found that you move from the desk to another location when concentration is necessary? This may indicate that you don’t have a happy place to work!
STEP #1 — The… Continue reading
What happens when you can’t find your glasses, keys or those important phone numbers?
You may experience immediate panic, anxiety and noticeable stress, frantically digging through stacks of paperwork and belongings, opening every drawer in sight. You may be talking to yourself as if you would hear an answer! “They were here … I saw them yesterday. Now, I’ll be late …”.
More than ever before, products (tools) are available to help you become “more organized,” but once purchased, who will teach you the “right”… Continue reading
What characteristics do the exceptional leaders share with well-organized people? They all have a vision of accomplishment, of efficiency in pursuit of that vision, and effective handling of priorities.
We tend to equate good leadership with good organization. Yet, there are some successful professionals, regarded as leaders in their fields, who do not invite visitors into their homes. (You’d never guess it, because at the office they appear “very organized.”) However, they don’t even allow plumbers or housekeepers in … because of the clutter. Stacks… Continue reading