Authored by: Ollie Lammers
Being disorganized can be a big-time waster. Working towards becoming intentionally organized will help you get some of that time back. According to Andrea Cannavina’s Attorney at Work article, here are some ways to become intentionally organized:
You will need to consistently stay organized. Changing up your routine is the best way to start. Find a way to end and begin each day. It’s always great to start by making a to do list of tasks that must get done that day. This will help you stay on task and complete pending projects.
Write Things Down.
Using a pen or pencil to hand write important information will help you stay organized. Keep a dedicated notebook or journal for all of your written notes. Having all of your information in one location can help you transfer the ones you will need digitally, if necessary. Your desk will also be cleaner by not having many post-it notes or scraps of paper with important information.
For more ideas on intentional organization, click here, for the Attorney at Work article.
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