How to Organize Your Workspace
The best gauge of being well organized, "is just the lack of anxiety that comes from a clean comfortable workspace where you feel like things aren't piling up and overwhelming you."
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Common sources of clutter for entrepreneurs include business cards, printouts from the Web, and literature from conferences and seminars.
A good way to get rid of clutter is to turn each piece of paper that you're keeping around into an action item in your planner.
Assistants often excel at taking tasks such as writing your blog posts, handling scheduling, and reminding you about following up with clients but they sometimes fall down when it comes to your business' big picture.
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You might not be in a position to choose your workspace, but there are quick fixes: look for a spot with natural light from a window or skylight, take a walk outside when you feel stuck, or simply explore a new location.
A new environment can quite literally lead to new ideas.
It's when your brain knows that when you’re in a certain place, you’re taking a certain action.
Take advantage of the way different locations affect you. Our brains love habits, and if we can associate certain qualities with different places, it can help us get into a better working flow.
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Keep all your financial records, birth certificates, land titles and insurance in one folder, preferably in a safe.
Doing this will take time, but it is easier to find what you need.
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