Routines for Success

Routines for Success

10 episodes


Getting Rid of Bad Habits Making Affirmations Part of Your Success Routine Steps to Break Through Your Fears Success Routines Begin with Belief Time for a To-Do List Overhaul Using Diversity to Achieve Success Add Organization into Your Routine Are New Habits Formed in 21 Days? Don’t Forget to Add Exercise to Your Routine Find Your Best Time of Day




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24 October 2020

Add Organization into Your Routine

Organization is an important aspect of any successful routine. The easier you can find what you are looking for, the more productive you will be. This isn’t just good sense for work. It can help you in your home life as well. 12 RRW There are 24 hours in every day we live. We need to include sleep within that 24-hour period. Some people get eight hours, but most are lucky if they get six. Still, six hours means you have only 18 left to use. If you spend more than one hour looking for important items, in one month, you will have used up 30 hours, give or take. Obviously, some days you won’t need to look for items. But, other days, it may take you more than an hour to find them. Use one hour as a rough average. Imagine if you didn’t have to spend that hour looking for your stuff. What if it only took five to ten minutes? You will increase your productivity sub-stantially. This will only happen if you have good organizational skills. You need to be able to quickly find what you are looking for. If you have a messy desk at work, this also gives a bad impression when others come asking for something from you. If you scramble around look-ing for items, they will get the impression that you are not organized. This could affect getting promotions or other opportunities lost. You should not confine your organizational activities to physical items. If your virtual space is cluttered, this is just as unproductive. In fact, we spend much more time on computing devices that it’s probably more im-portant to get those in order. Cloud technology can help you become or-ganized. You do have to make an effort to set up an organization system, however. If you find it difficult to get organized, take a class or hire someone to help you. There are plenty of professional organizers that can help put your life in order. Your company may even be willing to pay for it. Try to find people you know who can recommend good organizers. Make sure the person you choose is aware of your organizational goals. Getting