Being organized means keeping not only your possessions in order but also your time. Good time management allows you to accomplish more in less time. This leads to more free time, which lets you focus on what truly matters to you. You will have more and longer stretches to devote to your kids, family, friends and, most importantly, yourself. In other words, good time management enhances all aspects of your life.
But if your cluttered home is slowing you down, if you must sort through too many extraneous possessions to find just one thing, or if having too much “stuff” is cramping your style, let Leah Morris of Mindfully Minimized help you literally sort things out. Leah is a professional organizer with untold amounts of enthusiasm and energy. During her 16-plus years of experience in a corporate job, she managed teams, skillfully steered groups of employees and enlisted project initiatives, all of which made her well qualified to assist you in your mission to get out from under your own disorder.
Then, after Leah has worked her magic in your home, you will be able to focus on more constructive matters, which will enable you to manage your time so you’re more productive.
Good time management allows you to work smarter, not harder, even when time is tight and pressures are high.
Maximize your minutes, hours and days by heeding these four easy tips.
Find out where your time actually goes. You may think that you spend only a half hour sorting through emails and social-media sites, but if you actually measure it, those missives might actually be eating up much more of your day than you realized.
Set a time limit for each task – whether it be shopping, walking the family dog, organizing personal bills or chatting with friends on the phone -- which will prevent you from procrastinating or getting distracted.
Create and focus on to-do lists for each goal and project.
Plan ahead by, before you turn in for the night, writing a list of tomorrow’s most important tasks.
If you want to control your possessions instead of your possessions controlling of you, don’t hesitate to contact Leah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-387-2345. Also, you can visit Mindfully Minimized on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn