Friday, December 27, 2013
- Make room to move. You need to be able to move freely. A cluttered workspace leads to cluttered thinking. Keep all unnecessary paperwork and other objects out of sight.
- Set up a “landing strip”. Make sure that you have easy access to the things you need when you come and go, be it paperwork that needs to be attended to, or your personal belongings.
- Keep important items within reach. Be mindful of the things you store. Frequently-used items in the office should be placed within reach as much as possible, and compartmentalized in assigned storage stations like easy-to-maintain stainless steel shelves. This will help reduce the amount of time searching for important items.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
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