Organizing Information


Organizing Information

Have an Ugly Day


"Do something every day that you don't want to-do; this is the golden rule for acquiring the habit of doing your duty without pain." --Mark TwainHave you ever had one of those days (or weeks) where everything on your plate was something you didn't look forward to-doing? I faced such a week this past summer.

A Personal Action Plan for Change


There are eight distinct steps to constructing and executing an action plan for effective and lasting change.Item 1: Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses.

To Make a Change -- Take a Chance


Life is really all about CHANGE. In order to make a CHANGE, you have to be willing to take a CHANCE.

Too Many Unfinished Projects? 7 Time Management Strategies to Move Stalled Projects to Finish Line


Q. I have several projects going at once -- but I never seem to finish them! I'm pulled in so many different directions -- and I end up with nothing to show for my efforts!A.

New Business? Changing Careers? Youve Got a Whole New Ball Game


When you embark on a life transition, the skills that brought you success in a former life will no longer work. It's like trying to play football on a basketball team.

7 Little Things That You Can Do to Organize the Kids Rooms


1. Sink to their level.

The Problem With To-Do Lists


Do you use to-do lists? Do you find it satisfying to check off the items on that list? Too satisfying perhaps?More than once I've found myself adding something I've already done to my daily list. I get to check it off then, you see.

10 Tips on Color Coding Your Paper: From Chaos to Coherence


Color-There Is No SubstituteIn anatomical illustrations you see the brain's visual system, where the optic nerve is actually 25 times faster than our audio nerves (hearing). No matter which processing style you depend on, 90 percent of the sensory perceptions received by your brain are visual.

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.

10 Myths of Clutter Clearing


1) It's easy to have a good clear out: Not always. For many people, breaking a life-time habit is really hard - everyone has a choice whether they want to make that break or not.

Don't Be A Clutter Victim


There are 3 kinds of clutter: Inner (between our ears); Outer (stuff and things) and Other (people.) The more stacks and piles of outer clutter we collect create distractions that keep us from our real lives and joy.

Its Time To Clear Out! Clutter Busting For Every Aspect Of Your Life


'A well-ordered life is like climbing a tower; the view halfway up is better than the view from the base, and it steadily becomes finer as the horizon expands.' --William Lyon Phelps (1895 - 1985) English novelist, poet, writerWe've seen some sunshine and light is beginning to stream through the windows.

How Clutter Affects Your Love Life


Clutter in any area of your home is a sign of stuck, stagnant energy. The more clutter you have, the more sluggish the energy becomes.

Getting Organized for Achievement


Getting and staying organized is critical to achieving your goals. A well organized person is more productive, has more free time, wastes less money, and experiences less stress.

Quick Organizing Tips From Assistance For You


Keeping on task and getting organized starts with a basic plan that can be implemented into everyone's daily life. Just by following these simple steps you can be on your way to a more productive and friendly work environment.

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