The start of a new year is a great time to get organized, especially since January is National Get Organized Month!
However, organization comes easier to some people than others. If you’re not naturally inclined to be organized, it’s definitely a skill you can learn! You just need to figure out your unique organizational style and systems that will work for you, and consistently practice them to find an organized state and maintain it over time. Throughout this month, we’ll be helping you do just that and this week’s feature article will get you started!
There are also a lot of organization tools, apps, and other resources out there to help you stay organized. But which ones are best? And which ones are most appropriate for your specific job and organization style? To help you sort it out, we’re sharing our picks for organization resources on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.
I’m also super excited to share that I’m in the final stages of editing my second book, The Organized Admin: Leverage Your Unique Organizing Style to Create Systems, Reduce Overwhelm, and Increase Productivity. Assistants have been sharing their top organizational challenges with us for several years now, and this book addresses everything from organizing ideas, time, space, and projects to travel planning, events, your career and more! I can’t wait to share more details with you as they become available, so stay tuned to the All Things Admin website and social media pages.
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