“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is a success.”Henry Ford
I create a priority list.
Knowing what is at the top of the to-do list helps me not worry about the other things I need to do. Depending on the project, client and/or employer, I even schedule reassessing my priority list into my weekly calendar.
I create an atmosphere of learning, listening and reading.
I believe that when you get to the point in life you think you know it all, THAT is evidence that you weren’t listening to what you truly need to learn at all. There is never a point in life that you can’t apply something learned to hobbies, family, careers, friendships, influencing, etc.
I create an environment that is healthy.
I like to surround myself with plants, oil diffusers, music, podcasts, others and organized spaces that keep me at peace so my mind can clearly do the task at hand without distractions. By identifying distractions and reducing them, I give myself a gift of a healthy environment ready for change.
I create a notebook for my brain.
By keeping all my notes in one place (sometimes including a calendar and work flow), I can eliminate second-guessing and unnecessary multi-tasking. I take notes on everything and create notes from my notes. Not only are they are my second brain, but they become backup to imminent questions or potential allegations. It happens.
I hope my 5 tips for staying organized will be a game-changer for you. Life always changes… creating personal practices that come together and work CONSISTENTLY for you will insure that you are organized and productive, despite the change.
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