Do any of the following apply to you?
- You work from home
- You want to get more done, in less time
- Your office paper isn’t exactly flying in formation
- Your home office setup is driving you crazy
- You waste time looking for what you need, rather than getting things done
If you want to increase your productivity, reduce your stress level and organize your home office, you’ve come to the right place.
Here’s the good news: You can get organized, get more done in less time and have fun doing it. You can expand your business, climb the ladder of success, change your corner of the world or create your masterpiece in your home office. To do that, you just need to find what you need when you need it.
Organization is a tool for living and working in the most efficient way possible for you. It helps you do what’s most important to you. Whether that’s expanding your business, climbing the ladder of success, providing for your family, making the income of your dreams, or changing the world.
Whatever you set your mind to, organization is a vehicle to get you there.
Through Learning Home Office Organization You Will Be Able To:
- Easily find most anything you need in five minutes or less
- Feel more confident, comfortable, and productive in your work environment
- Set up intuitive, personalized systems that work with your personality and work style
- Save precious time and money
- Cut your frustration level in half
- Work at your own pace: slow & steady, fast-paced, and anything in between
How To Spend More Time Working in Your Home Office Than on It?
With some inspiration, a plan to get started and the right support, your home office can be a place of inspiration, motivation and productivity.
Work from home? Have a home office? Not really happy with it? If you’re staying down the barrel of endless stacks of paper, it can be a daunting task to get your home office in shape. If you’re feeling stuck, but want to improve your space here’s a few tips to get you on the road to organized home office bliss:
- Dedicated space: Make sure your home office is a place for work. Put as much importance on how your office functions as you do your work. A dedicated space (even if it’s a corner) will not only keep you on task, but more likely to stay organized.
- Don’t be so stuffy: Who says your office products have to come from the local supply store? Creative freedom is one of the beauties of working from home. Canning jars, tool boxes, kitchen items or planters are great and unusual ways to organize your office.
- Get a handle on the paper: Take time each day to deal with the incoming paper, and get it into a reference file or tagged for action. Be sure to recycle the extras.
- Change it up: Office feeling a bit stale? It’s a good idea to do a tune-up every 6-12 months. Set aside an afternoon on the calendar and clear out old paperwork, product and books. Your office will feel fresher and you’ll be energized to work in such a great space!
- Put the brakes on procrastination: You know who you are, and you know what you’re putting off. Really, just buckle down and deal with the “to file” pile. You’ll feel so much better, and release the guilt you have about getting it done. Think of all the energy you have wrapped up!
Could your home office use a little bit more organization? Share with us in the comments below!
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- Happy Organize Your Home Office Day!