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Back to School Means Back to Work
It's like someone turned off the summer switch and turned on the fall switch. It was cooler this morning when I let the dog out. I could turn off the air conditioning and open the windows. Ah! fresh air.
As you begin the fall season of work, give yourself a productivity checkup. How productive are you in your work environment? Do you waste time looking for papers you need? Do you have a systematic method for purging papers? Do you waste time looking for phone numbers and other contact information?
If you are interested in finding out how productive you are, email me at [email protected] and I will send you a copy of The Productive Environment Scorecard to fill out. It takes 5-10 minutes to fill out, maybe less. Send it back to me and I will give you a free, 30-minute phone consultation about the results of your scorecard. The first five people who respond will receive a Starbucks gift card.
Here are some suggestions for starting fresh for the fall.
- Purge papers from your inbox
- Take an inventory of your office supplies.
- clean off your desktop.
- File or toss loose papers.
posted on: 9/13/2009 1:30:00 PM by Barbara Boone
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Barbara Boone is the owner of Productivity Solutions located in Cockeysville, MD. She provides office organizing for small businesses and helps them to create and implement a productive environment so that they can be successful. Her focus is paper management and file set up to help clients reduce stress and increase productivity. She has been organizing in the fields of education and business for over 36 years. Barbara is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and Director of Professional Development for the Baltimore chapter of the National Association.