Getting organized is not just a good idea because your mom said so. There are lots of benefits to being in control and developing a clutter-free lifestyle.
When organized you are automatically less stressed, you know where your keys, wallet, important papers, phone charger and phone are. Similarly, if your project plan is up to date and you complete your reports on time, there’s no need to worry about on-the-spot requests for project updates or meetings.
Task lists are important if you use it correctly. Limit your tasks to maximum 5 per day. And make sure that you only choose important tasks and fulfill them every day.
Planning your time and keeping up-to-date means you can allocate time for everything in your life, including downtime. Being organized means, you won’t get sidetracked or panicked by not being able to find important items. You’ll be punctual and more productive.
If you are organized you will not waste time. Organized people make deadlines, keep schedules and set goals.And very important, they stick to them.That’s why they remain productive.
Ready for the unexpected
You can be prepared for last-minute requests or deadlines because you’re not distracted by untidiness or the mental cloud of not being quite sure where things stand. That is true for everything from planning your child’s birthday party to that big project at work you are overseeing.
Studies have shown that being organized has demonstrable health benefits. Lower stress levels mean lower blood pressure and less body inflammation. Also, your immune system is stronger, and you’re less likely to be at risk of depression. You set up a positive feedback loop that spills over into other areas of your life. Better organization habits lead to better eating, exercise and sleep habits.
Nothing feels overwhelming
Having your life running smoothly, means you’re much calmer and in a better mental position to deal with things. You can look at your to-do list without panicking because you know you can do it. You know that you can tackle the list task-by-task without feeling overwhelmed.
Use properly a calendar, especially electronic. Immediately add your dates and tasks as you set them up. Do not rely solely on your memory when it comes to organizing.
It might seem counter-intuitive but putting effort into planning and organizing your life gives you more energy. You’re less stressed because your mind isn’t obsessing about all the stuff you have to do. When you have a plan, you’re in control and know you can get it all done. If your papers, ideas, and tasks are in order, you can see a way through. Life is no longer a chaotic mystery!
Good habits in everyday life lead to efficient time organization. Always add activity related to these habits and soon you will see a considerable improvement in your organization.
Getting Organized – Keep your goals manageable
You don’t have to become an organization maven overnight… remember to keep it small and focus on one thing at a time.
Multitasking is a recipe for stress and for not doing any one thing properly.
Don’t try and schedule appointments at the same time or worry about paying bills. Get one thing organized at a time. Break down your tasks into smaller steps and check them off as you do them. There’s nothing like checks on a list to make you feel in control and organized.
This is a simple strategy that can be applied by anyone who wants to become more organized
Finally, being organized signals trust and reliability. If you are on time, follow through on your commitments and are ready for whatever comes at you, you will project an image of professionalism and responsibility. You will look promotion-ready and get more respect from your colleagues and your family.
It’s all about a choice, about choosing the way that you look at things. You can literally choose the attitude that you want to have about the things that present themselves in your everyday life.
I believe that we have the power to choose how we live, to attain anything that we want just through changing our mindset.I think you’ll be able to change things.
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