It's always important to have an organized workspace. But now with downsizing and job loss spreading throughout the work sector like a fever, being organized is a great insurance policy. You can use your organizing skills to demonstrate to your employer how invaluable you are to the day-to-day operation of the business. And, if you are the owner of the establishment, you can just as easily show your employees by example the kind of office space and productivity you hope to find throughout the organization. Are you looking for a job? Being organized will not only help you organize your job search, it will be a skill you can present to your employer. You see? There isn’t a single down side to being organized!
If the world of organization has been an area of challenge for you, consider this: getting organized is a skill. If you wanted to play a musical instrument like the piano, master a sport like tennis or learn how to dance, what would you do? You’d read some good books, find a qualified teacher, practice and hope to reach your individual potential. Getting organized requires the same steps. It isn’t solely for those who seem to have been born with a natural proclivity for order. Learning a new skill is one of the best ways to keep our brains active and stay youthful. There’s no time like the present to begin the journey. And "One Year to an Organized Work Life" is the ideal companion.