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Four Tips For Clearing The Clutter
Spring?. Fresh breezes through open windows, sleeping trees come awake with bright new leaves, flowers begin to bloom and the grass becomes green once more.
5 Easy Tips on Light that You Can Use to Improve Your Day
Light, Work, and YouWinter is here-and with it, short days, long nights, and Seasonal Affective Disorder. It is scientifically proven that the quantity and quality of light plays a significant role in mood and work performance.
Clutter is Postponed Decisions?
Do you ever sit down at your desk buried in paper and say, "OK! Today's the day - I'm going to clean up this mess?" You pick up the first piece of paper - and immediately think of any number of reasons why now is not a good time to deal with this particular piece of paper. You pick up the second piece.
Success at Work : Techniques : A Cluttered Desk
I followed my boss to a co-worker's cubicle where my boss requested a certain document from the co-worker. The actual surface of the co-workers desk was not visible because it was covered with a cluttered pile of papers, catalogs, booklets, and other paraphernalia.
Sticking to Your New Years Resolutions: Ten Tips for a More Organized Life
1. A calendar is an essential organizing tool - start the year with one that works for you! And whether you use a paper or electronic version, using Post-it® notes as reminders will help you "stick" to your resolutions.
Essential Tips for the Kitchen
* Cupboards and drawers should contain items that are grouped together.* Store items where you use them.
Declutter for Sucess
Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could.
10 Common Roadblocks to Getting Organized
1. All or nothing thinking/taking on too much.
Managing Mealtime Madness
It is 5:00 pm and Cindy has no idea what to make for dinner. In the process of searching through the freezer, she causes an avalanche of frozen foods to fall to the floor.
Ten Signs That Your Life Is Cluttered
How do you know if you need to clean out? Here's a sure-fire ten-step way to spot (and deal with!) clutter in your life.YOU HAVE TO MOVE A PILE OFF A CHAIR SO SOMEONE CAN SIT DOWNHaving a junk closet where you hide it all away is one thing (not good, but certainly a bit more tolerable).
Declutter Your Home in 11 Easy Steps
Feeling overwhelmed at the thought of organizing your home? Start on a smaller scale instead and it will be a whole lot easier.For example, instead of starting with the entire house, commit to starting with one room.
The Natural Law of Attrition
I'm cheap and proud of it.I use and re-use things carefully.
Organization Tips - How to Set Up Your Database
What's in a Name?Everything.What do you do with all the contacts you make in your organisation? Do you:Collect business cards and throw them in the bottom of your desk drawer hoping one day one of these people will ring and do business with you? Have any system for keeping information on your clients and prospects? Do you enter all their details into your database so that you can communicate with them in the future?Do you enter all your clients into the database with information about what they've bought from you and conversations you've had with them? I'm astounded that so many business people keep no comprehensive records of their clients, general contacts and prospects.
The Five Ways To Ease The Process Of Eliminating Clutter
I recently had a conversation with a friend about clutter. She shared that at times there was so much clutter around her home that she simply concluded her home was in a stage that she referred to as CHAOS or Can't Have Anyone Over Soon.
Calendars and Personality Type
I recently conducted a survey to look at the relationship between an individual's personality type and his or her organizing and time management style, and noticed that the majority of participants said they have a calendar system that works for them. As there are so many time management systems available, both paper-based and electronic, I thought it would be interesting to find out which calendar systems are most popular with each personality type, and asked my ezine subscribers and visitors to my website to describe their time management system, what they like and dislike about it, and their personality type according to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®).
Getting Organized - Getting Fit
In a speech entitled "Organized Living in a Disorganized World" I made the statement "Getting organized is much like exercise and healthy eating. It is something you incorporate into your daily living.
It's Spring Cleaning Time? Let's Make Room For Abundance!
I gathered some things you can do this spring while you take a minute to smell those roses. There are things we need to do to clear our space and to reflect on what exciting things we'd like to bring in.
Words That Inspire - SIMPLIFY
What do you gain if you SIMPLIFY?Dictionary* says:to reduce to basic essentials, to diminish in scope or complexity, to make more intelligible.What it REALLY means:removing clutter and interference from your life and work; looking at large obstacles as the sum of small challenges; choosing to do less, have less, want less.
Clutter Campaign - Commit Your Time
Decide When And Where To StartDecide when and where to start. You have the same amount of time each day as did Thomas Jefferson, Einstein, and Mae West.
A Simple Effective Tool To Get And Stay Organized
Often we are in overwhelm because we are holding too many things in our brain. We are trying to make everything a priority and get it done now.
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