Where is your clutter?
I bet you can name a few areas quickly. The backseat of your car. Your desktop. The nightstand next to your bed.
We all have trouble spots, places where we accumulate stuff.
Today, I have a powerful tip to help keep those trouble areas clutter-free.
Where do you keep your most important documents?
Perhaps, you have a filing cabinet. Or even a shoebox where you put important papers.
It doesn’t really matter where you keep them, as long as you have one place you always know to look for them.
Could you locate your important papers quickly if you needed to?
When asked about personal organization and cleanliness, most people start talking about their home, their office, or maybe their desk.
However, there is another area of organization that most people don’t like to talk about.
Today, I want to talk about your car.
Is your desk a mess?
Do you return to more clutter than you remember leaving in the first place?
Don’t let your messy workplace impede your ability to get your work done.
Here are 10 tips to keep your desk clear of clutter and ready for work.
Where is that piece of paper you are looking for?
You know it’s on your desk. But, where?
Everyone has done the paper shuffle at some point… looking for that needle in a haystack.
Are your papers filed away where you can easily find them? Or are they piled in multiple stacks on your desk right now?
Do you waste time looking for things you lost?
Misplaced items are one of the top productivity busters.
Today, I have 10 tips to help you stop wasting time looking for your stuff.
So, what are you wasting time looking for?
Do you keep a journal?
I am a big believer that keeping one can help you get more done.
Today, let’s look at 10 things you should be writing in your journal to be more productive.
Does even the thought of travel stress you out?
Do you dread the packing, preparing, and then waiting at the airport?
Travel doesn’t have to be that way.
You don’t need to be so stressed out with the journey that you can’t enjoy your destination.
Here are a few tips to make your travel just a bit easier…
Disorganized people leave a wake of non-productivity in their path.
They impact not only themselves, but entire teams around them.
And yet, disorganized individuals love to deny their disorganization.
They will say almost anything to cover their lack of getting things done.
When you need a piece of information, is it at your fingertips?
Or are you constantly chasing your info like papers in the wind?
It is important to capture those finer details now, so that you will have them later.
What information are you not capturing that you will need in the future?