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Organizing time and tasks

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  • 1. Organizing Time and Tasks Make a master list of all tasks. Categorize tasks with strong action verbs and list them individually under specific verb - To Call, To Write, To Order, To Enter Data, etc.,. Then, label each task in specific category as ABC, 123 in order of priority. Make a date on one calendar to do each tasks. Review list to do weekly. Highlight tasks that cannot be put off. Spend 96 minutes at your most productive work time on your most challenging task. Do not look at e-mails first thing in morning, try to get a big task out of the way with first. When all else fails, hire a Professional Organizer. I can recommend one. Linda Diamond Professional Organizer Member, National Association of Professional Organizers Captured Clutter...organizing therapy, LLC (678)294-7813 linda@capturedclutter.com http://www.capturedclutter.com/ Keeping You on Task, On Track and On Time Strategies for Managing Your Paper, Space and Time

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