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Quick Tips for organizing files for home and office.
posted at April 2, 2012 11:16 AM EDT
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7 Tips to reduce paper BEFORE it becomes clutter
Office Organization Tips
Did you know that the 3rd week of April is “Organize Your Files” week?
Here’s 7 quick tips to prepare for this upcoming holiday….. Send me your tips!
Office and home organization is an important step toward both releasing clutter and creating more time in one's hectic schedule. In this information age, many of us receive thousands of emails a day as well as dozens of snail mail packages and papers. Before drowning in this information, experiment with these 7 simple tips for both paper and electronic posts.
7 tips for paper and electronic clutter:
1) Don't bring it in the house or office in the first place.
2) Once in the office, sort into three boxes/containers: TODAY, This week, later.
3) Release the need for paper.4) Take on an On-Demand and Abundance mentality.
5) Create email Message-Rules
6) Time-sensitize your in-box with "TODAY", "This week", "Later" action intentions.
7) Block time to review your email.
For the full article, go to: www.lauraleerose.com/7 Tips to reduce paper BEFORE it becomes clutter.pdf
I am Laura Lee Rose, author of TimePeace: Making peace with time. I am a business and life coach with over 20 years of corporate experience, specifically in the software industry. I now use my time and project management skills in my own Rose Coaching business, to help people transform the life they have into the life they really want.
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What can you do in 10 minutes?
posted at April 10, 2012 11:03 AM EDT