Get Organized for Success
How to Organize Your Office
and Your File Systems
for Optimal Productivity… Once and For All!
Do you know you could be more organized,
but you keep telling yourself,
“Hey, what’s the real harm in having a little clutter?”
Well, the answer is… A LOT!
Clutter can cause you to lose:
- A lot of time
- To-dos and follow-ups
- Productivity and progress
- Opportunities and revenue
- And even your mind!
And think about it… wouldn’t you rather be spending time working on key projects and goals, making progress, or spending more time with your family instead of looking for… STUFF?
Leaders and professionals MUST be able to find what they need when they need it and if they can’t, their operating inefficiently and it’s hurting their productivity. If this is you, it’s time to take control and create a very different – and much more productive – workday.
This e-book offers simple, yet effective strategies for organizing anything in your office: desks, credenzas, overhead compartments, bookshelves, file cabinets – any unit that needs streamlining and organizing. And getting organized is not just about cleaning up or cleaning out. It’s about establishing a real and reliable system in which you can hold what’s useful to you.
In this e-book, I’ll show you EXACTLY how to get organized
so you can take control, get clarity, and reduce your stress.
Along the way, you’ll save time and energy and, most importantly,
get the freedom to do more of what you really want to do!
Here’s what you’ll get in your e-book:
- A step-by-step process for organizing your entire office, including file cabinets, bookshelves, desk and file drawers, the floor, the top of your desk and anywhere else “stuff” accumulates
- A decision-making process for what to keep and what to toss
- 12 simple steps (plus templates) to create the best file system you’ve ever used
- A complete, proven system for managing the flow of information into and out of your office
- Strategies to help you maintain the organization permanently!
Here’s what clients are saying about this part of the Taskology system:
Mary Anne Majerus-Lambert
Vice President, Advisor Sales Atlantic Division
Pax World Investments
Sales and Service Expert, Business Consultant
The Corporate Agent
Common objections I’ve heard in the past include, “Being too organized is too structured,” and “Being organized will stifle my creativity!”
But the truth is, being organized will not hinder your freedom or creativity. Just the opposite, in fact.
When you’re organized, you’ll have more time to do the things you really want to do and your clutter-free environment will support a clutter-free mind for more creative pursuits.
I’ve been teaching the information in this e-book for more than 12 years
to clients through personal consulting and in team training,
which costs thousands of dollars.
But it’s all available to you here
– the best of the best –
in this information-packed e-book.
Chief Information Officer
Baltimore County Public Schools
Continental Realty Corporation
Director of Service Administration
Wittenbach Business Systems
Executive V.P./Corporate Counsel
Advanced Land & Water, Inc.
If you know you could be more organized, but you aren’t sure where to start, this e-book will walk you through exactly what you need to do.
All you need to do is click on the secure Order button below and you’ll get IMMEDIATE access to this step-by-step approach to getting organized and staying that way.
And you can be assured this online transaction is 100% secure. After your information is received, you’ll get an electronic receipt and instructions within just a few minutes on how to download your copy of this e-book so you can start reading right way.
And remember: I stand behind the information I’m offering to you 100%. If you decide you don’t like my e-book, you can ask for your money back anytime up to 60 days from your date of purchase.
So are you ready?
Your newly organized office is waiting!
Please note: This e-book only covers one component of Taskology: getting organized – i.e. office organization and file system organization. It does NOT cover the other four components of Taskology: task management, time management, e-document organization and email management.