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WFH? How to be Productive Working From Home

Working from home is a perk that many companies now offer employees.  If you find that you love working at home but feel that it’s just not as effective than working at the office, there may be just a few logistical tweaks you need to make to make it more productive.

  1. Your desk, is it comfortable clutter free and I find most importantly in a “power position”.  A power  position would be having your back against a solid wall, facing the door and comfortable lighting and ventilation.  I’m a fan of having a Feng Shui expert help you with placement
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Three Fundamentals for Organizing a Home Office


I often talk to people and they say they know they need to get their office organized, yet very few people take the time out to strategize and organize their office.  These simple three things you absolutely have to possess for organizing your office.  This simple office strategy will help you get started.  You’re a busy executive and highly productive, your office at home needs to reflect what you have at your office — no excuses.


As with almost all other areas of spatial arrangement, organizing a home office does not need a good deal of new items so much

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Strategies to Further Improve Your Work Productivity

 1. Undertake the most difficult thing first. As soon as you arrive at the office, you may be inclined to first check your emails, go through the day’s mail, or furrow through some easy admin activities. Instead, try doing the most challenging, trickiest (or least satisfying) action early in the day. You’ll be approaching it when your focus level is raised and your mind is sharp.

 2. Prepare for tomorrow at the close of today. Take 15 minutes at the end of every day to make tomorrow’s to-do list. This routine of preparing will give you the gift of focus, … Read More>>

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Turn a Bonus Room into a Home Office

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Guaranteed to Find Your Files

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Work in the Cloud Using Google Drive

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How to File and be Guaranteed to Find It!

           1    Look at the “hot spot of files”.  You know the pile that seems the most urgent and makes your stomach churn every time you look
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Transforming a Home Office

Kim B home office beforeRecently, I was working with a client who wanted to get some order in her home.  I asked her to please send me some photos of some hot spots that she felt were disorganized.

She sent me a picture of her home living room as seen here.  Obviously, she uses this space for her home office.  I am sure you would agree that this space is why she felt that she needed my help.  We decided to start there, because frankly

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How to Declutter a Collection

Collections can look like works of art, or they can look like piles of junk — it’s all in the presentation and preservation.  Having a display is great if you have the room and your items can remain safe while on display.

Here are a few tips to organize your collection.

1.  Make a decision that you love what you want to keep.
2.  Ask yourself how you want to see the collection, ie., accessible, locked up, with back lighting.
3.  Decide on a space to display the collection.  You may want to invest in a separate unit, a specialty … Read More>>

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