A new week and a new month is upon us. How are going to get through it all without totally stressing out? Being organized is a great place start! Everything from where you leave your keys to how you ask a question plays a role in your organization. Get organized, be more efficient, get things done! Give a listen to find out more. Check out the website for more content www.bcbousa.com

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It is the start of a new week and a new month! What better time to go over some organizational strategies that help you be more efficient and successful. You might be surprised to learn how many small things all tie together in making you a more organized person. 

When a person thinks about being a good communicator or a good listener, they don’t necessarily associate it with being organized, but it plays a big role. Giving clear, direct communication whether it be in tasks that you delegate or questions that you ask cuts down on confusion. Confusion leads to time wasted. By clearly communicating your directives and questions you are helping others be more efficient. Something as simple as reading an entire email instead of skimming through and then having to ask a question that has already been answered can make a huge difference. 

The importance of being organized has an effect on every part of your day and your business. Even the simplest task of placing your car keys in the same place helps eliminate the potential of being stressed and wasting time looking for them as you leave for the office in the morning. The idea is not to turn yourself into a robot. The idea is to do the best you can to eliminate unnecessary stress and confusion in your day so you can spend more time focusing on the things that matter and will make you more successful in the long run.

Use the technology available to you to help. Keep your schedule in one place. Having some items on a written desk calendar and some items on your computer calendar (Google, Apple, etc.) will leave open the possibility of something getting missed. Schedule or set tasks for even the smallest items like picking up bagels for the office in the morning. The tools are available, use them.