13 Aug Get On Pace By Being Organized
Have you ever felt like it’s a lot of things to do but not enough time to do them? Time does not make a commitment to us; but, we can use some time to work toward the completion of our goals. This a direct, heavy statement that is a gateway to understanding the boundary we all face. Note the following actions that may help you use time better:
Be realistic about your “movement.” Conceptualize what needs to be done. Your ability may require you to write a to-do list. Envision the good and not so good endings. Between the conceptualization of goals to be met and the desired ending is work (or actions). Keep in mind your energy level is affected by many characteristics of your life. Learn those hurdles or tools and work within them.
Use organizational tools. Planners or calendars are time-tested and are useful to document your goals or to-dos. But, the great invention of technology provides us with applications such as Procrasterapp, HabitList, DropBox, etc. to keep up with tasks.
Ask for help. We do not live in this world alone but live in a social network of people. Develop a “team” who can assist you. For example, a child, teenager or young adult within your household can help with age appropriate tasks. In the world of business, there are businesses that provide services you may find helpful.
Being organized is specific to the individual. Maybe goals that increase your family time gives you incentive to sort things out. Or, having a smooth week may be a reason to go about work-life consistently. Whatever helps you to be orderly, use time meaningfully. Put meaning to the time you have and get things done. Best wishes!