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New and feeling of hopelessnessViews: 283
Jul 25, 2006 12:15 pm re: New and feeling of hopelessness

Clare Evans
Hi Lois,

You need to find some systems that work for you and then spend some time getting things organized around those systems. You can read any number of books that will tell you how to do this and suggest various systems but you need to find one that works for you and your way of working.

What is it you need to organize? Paperwork, accounts, clients, etc...

What do you need to keep it organized? Space, folders, files, trays, bin!, electronic processing, someone else!

Think about what you do on a daily basis and then look at ways to improve how you do them. It's like any new habit and it won't happen overnight. Find what works best for you and then start doing it. As Monica said - it's about maintenance. Do a little often and then it won't become so chaotic.

If everything has a place it 'should' be in, then it's easier to spend a few minutes at the end of each day clearing things away than letting it build up to a state of chaos again.

You won't get it right first time but keep tweaking and adjusting and turn your bad habit into a new good habit. If you slip back into the old ways of doing things, catch yourself and switch back into 'new habit'. If you can work with a friend or colleague to keep each other on track that will make life easier.

Clare


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