How can I get organized


Perhaps this question has come up because you have looked around and you ask yourself, how is it possible that I just don’t have enough time.

You start making a mental list of everything you do daily on a regular basis and even if there are only a couple of things, you feel amazed when you realize the number of free hours you had. Something FAILED!

It’s ok. The objective then is to respond to the question… How can I get organized? And begin right away to stop wasting time. Let’s get started from the beginning.

Calm down and get away from the issue

To be able to get organized properly you have to see your day from a different perspective. Make a commitment that in the next hour you are not going to advance in absolutely nothing, not even on those things that worry you, only and exclusively to organize and to reason.

To be able to get organized properly you have to see your day from a different perspective. Make a commitment that in the next hour you are not going to advance in absolutely nothing, not even on those things that worry you, only and exclusively to organize and to reason.

To be organized is really like choosing a way of transportation to get to your goal. Let’s say that right in front of you there are many bicycles, a motorcycle and among those an airplane.

Even if it takes long to find it, if the goal is far (and you face all your objectives right now = very far far away) the time to find the plane and travel in it will be a lot less than to take a bicycle directly and pedal al the way.

The only fear that forces you to take the bicycle is to believe that the airplane does not exist because you haven’t yet found it. Have you understood the metaphor? Let’s continue…

The quality of your daily life demands you to finish different tasks to finish personal and professional things. From the time the day starts, the alarm let’s you know, it’s time to get started with the activities and at the end of the day, almost all of them must be completed. Organizing your time is the key to success to be able to fulfill everything without ending in chaos

When you have the feeling that no matter how much you do, you still haven’t accomplish all the planned objectives, this means that something is not right and the lack of time management is causing you to get behind or perhaps even suffer the fearful emotions of stress.

Find the solution

Here are 7 tips that you can put into practice right away to organize your time.

1. Plan. Start your day planning the “key” tasks that you need to get done no matter what. Plan the things that you have to finish for work and/or appointments that you have set, such as medical appointments.

2. Set your schedule. This applies to personal and professional areas. This way you can cope with it and will ultimately achieve it. Decide that from 7 to 9 in the morning, for example, you need to revise all your emails.

3. Set priorities. Start by working on the most important or complicated tasks. Therefore, whatever task is next will be easier to execute.

4. Utilize a weekly agenda. This will help you to get a general idea of your time to be able to know how busy you really are. If a friend of yours asks to see you throughout the week, verify first if this is possible without complicating the rest of your activities.

5. Group similar tasks; For example if you need to make 15 calls, the ideal will be that you make them all at the same time, this way you can finish them all together.

6. Avoid jumping from one task to another, this will only get you more behind because you will have other activities left unfinished that later on will cause you to spend more time to catch up on them.

7. Reward yourself, as you just read. This way you will have motivation to continue moving forward and utilize your time effectively.

The best way to organize your time is to be aware of the activities that you must have finished, this way you will not lose sight and will be able to finish all tasks in a timely manner. Furthermore, you will fell satisfied while feeling much less anxiety and stress.


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