Staying Organized When You're Super Busy
Staying organized is one way you can be more successful. It may not be the most fun thing to do, but it can help you out in the long run. When things are all over the place, you end up wasting time trying to look for them. Organization is vital to being able to make efficient use of your time as well as reducing stress and/or anxiety simply because you end up having less to worry about.
Keeping your house or your work area tidy, neat, and orderly goes a long way in making yourself and others feel better about being in such an environment. Building a habit of keeping things uncluttered and organizing items in shelves can be beneficial for staying on top of the locations of various things you may have to use in the future.
When you are on your computer or laptop, making sure that your files are stored in an organized fashion can help you easily find what you need when the time calls for it. Taking time to give files and documents meaningful names can help you understand more easily what its exact purpose is. It may be easy to just save a document, but taking the time to store it in the right directory can prevent you from having to deal with a mess when you need to come back to it later.
Maintaining a schedule can help you stay on top of what you need to get done and be productive. For example, you can create a Google calendar where you can update the events for the week. There are many options to customize and organize your events in a way that works for you. By doing this, you can avoid forgetting important tasks and even motivate yourself to get work done on time.
If you feel that you could improve your organizational skills, stop thinking about it and start acting on it! The longer you wait to organize and order things, the more work you will have to deal with later on. If you want to learn more about the benefits of being organized, check out the following article: https://organizedmindandlife.com/benefits-of-being-organized/
You can also watch this video about 7 things organized people do that you may or may not be doing:
-- BitterSweet Coaching Guest Writer