A recent article, 5 Steps to Organizing Your Life and Doing Great Things This Year by Jason Fell discusses the importance of being organized. The more organized you are, the less stress you’ll experience. This permits you to focus on more creative endeavors and the growth of yourself and your business.
Here are tips to get you organized and be more productive and efficient in 2017.
Start your New Year fresh and clean. Get rid of of all messes and piles that are just taking up space. Shred what is unnecessary and scan those that are actually important.
2. Go paperless.
It’s already 2017 and it’s about time to get rid of piles of paper all over your house and in your short term offices Lake Mary which are absolutely a distraction. Consider buying a scanner and start scanning your documents to go paperless.
3. Limit distractions.
Smartphones notifications/alerts are very distracting, so this year, create habits that separate you from your phone. For instance, you can turn off all notifications and make it a habit to check your phone only twice a day.
4. Work smarter.
Review your day to day activities and reorganize your business and yourself so you have clarity and focus on what you’re doing. For instance, you can seek virtual office solutions to help you with some administrative tasks so you can focus on the core of your business.
5. Move forward (face new challenges).
With the start of 2017, move forward. Perhaps it means relocating from a temporary mobile office space to a permanent individual Office space or launching a new product for your business expansion. Don’t be afraid to take risks this year and create change, nonetheless you will remain stagnant.
Following these tips will help you get organized and ready to face new challenges in 2017. YourOffice features a network of world-class business addresses. Each location offers both beautifully appointed short term offices and permanent individual office space. Our offices are move-in ready and equipped with top furnishings and technology that are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.