Why being organized is being in control

Being Organized Is Being in Control

For many people, becoming organized is related to getting rid of paper clutter, improving their filing system or finding more time each day to get things done. And it is true that solving these problems will help them become better organized. But there is another facet to being organized that really is the basis being organized isfor solving all these problems. Here’s the real secret of effective organization: Being organized is being in control. That means you are in control of how you handle paper, e-mail, the phone, your time and all the tasks and responsibilities that make up your work day.

It means knowing the status of every aspect of what is happening in your job at all times. It also means arranging your time and workload to meet your goals. Yes, goals—a very important part of being organized.

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