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Cleaning your workspace daily

Cleaning your workspace daily

It's acceptable to have a little clutter around your workspace. This doesn't mean you have to leave food wrappings on your desk or never putting tools back to their place after using them.

If you don't have the time, then there's no need to stress yourself out about a small mess. Set aside a day per week to organize your space.

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Tips to organize your office space

  • De-clutter your space, empty, shred and get rid of literally any frivolous thing that adds no value to your productivity.
  • Organize with colors and labels, to put items in the right places.
  • Use storage boxes & containers to help you stay organized.

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Organize your immediate environment

Get in the habit of cleaning one small thing at a time every day or week.

Try a little decluttering in specific areas each day. The process can calm your brain and reduce stress. Your ability to organize yourself has a major impact on your success.

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