As the saying goes, "Practice what you preach." So I've spent the last 3 months implementing an organizational tool to keep my business running at its best. Check out my blog to find out more about how it has worked!
Developing and maintaining a system for keeping shared folders and files organized is challenging, but it’s doable. And it’s worth the effort, because the potential risks from not having a centralized and orderly shared drive are far worse when you have multiple people involved than when it is just one person. This post discusses the key considerations to determine what kind of system will work for your team.
With Mary Poppins Returns in theaters, it seemed fitting to use her as the shining example of my first quarter topic: getting and staying organized.
One of the most common if only list items I help clients tackle is organizing their electronic folders and files -– whether on a cloud storage system, office shared drive, or individual hard drive. Unless you’ve taken time to figure out a good system for where you save these files and how you name them, it can get very hard to find them again when you need them. In this post, I outline my four steps to creating a system that works for you!
Many of us suffer from email overload. Between e-marketing campaigns, auto-subscribe newsletters, and rampant abuse of the “reply all” option, it’s not uncommon to receive several hundred messages a day –- often across multiple email accounts. Read on to learn how I helped one client reclaim control over and start managing his personal inbox once again.
Imagine you’re starting a jigsaw puzzle. The first step is to dump out all the pieces, and then to spread them out and turn them all right side up, so they’re no longer an unorganized heap.
There are many different ways to “be organized,” and the word “organized” means different things to different people. In order to identify the “right” approach, you need ask yourself some questions to figure out what problem you are trying to solve and define your short and long-term goals are for whatever system you put in place!