080: Organization Tools I Wouldn’t Be Without
Is your life a little scattered? Sticky notes, to-do lists and a pile of filing you never seem to get to soon become the norm as a busy clinician and business owner. You need organization, but just get overwhelmed at the thought of where to start…
If organization isn’t your jam, it isn’t mine either. I’ve had to work HARD at putting systems in place that keep my life and businesses organized. And keeping it this way seems to be a skill that you have to develop and tweak as you go.
Messy spaces can feel chaotic and disheartening, whether in-person or digital (like your Inbox…). This creates an environment that isn’t very conducive for being productive and so there we sit, in the mess… in the clutter…. feeling overwhelmed about where to even begin.
This podcast highlights three of my absolute favorite organization tools that will help you get unstuck and start organizing the digital chaos. (Sorry, can’t help you with your chart notes. 😎)
When the things around you feel organized and in order, you’ll work soooo much better. You’ll be able to dream big and work hard.
Plus, once you start to organize, I promise you’ll find it hard to stop! So, let’s get going!
- (2:45) Disorganization’s effect on your mental space.
- (5:00) Good systems and organization go hand-in-hand.
- (6:17) Which category are you in? Things out or things in?
- (10:52) My top three organization tools.
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