Do you think that working longer hours means getting more work done? Surprisingly, it doesn’t. This is just one of many myths about productivity.
Organizing sounds hard—right? Who’s got the time, energy, money, and space to keep on top of paperwork, to-dos, tchotchkes, and more? Luckily, organization of your office doesn’t involve a ton of complicated steps or an investment of days and days—especially after you start fresh.
I never realized how much I was a control freak until I decided to hire. My company, a fresh space, has been growing for a while and now has several employees. And I was doing everything except having any time for myself and my family.
Interested in learning how to be a Professional Organizer and live in the Nashville area? Join me as I organize the props room at the Boiler Room Theatre this Friday & Saturday (April 13th & 14th, 2012).
A little while back, I got the bug to do some volunteer work. So I started thinking…hmmm….where would be a good place where I could use my skills, and help a good cause?
So now you are all set to meet with me, or your newly acquired Professional Organizer, to get yourself all organized.
You’ve got the ground rules (see Part 1 of this series) but now what? Now we get together for our meeting so I can get to know you, and figure out the best way to help you achieve your organizing goals.
I was chatting with Landon Loveall yesterday when we were doing an interview for his new referral network, 30Referrals (see the interview here), and the conversation turned to how many of my small business clients have multiple, ongoing projects that can get overwhelming.
A couple of weeks ago, my computer became possessed by the letter “h”. It started out occasionally typing an “h” randomly while I was working and then began doing it more frequently.
Allen from Jibidee did a great presentation at the NAPO 2010 Conference about organizing tools on the web. Thought I’d share his tips here:
A lot of my clients are small business owners either in a home office or outside location. Each time I work with one of them, I kept noticing they were having pretty much the same issues over and over again.