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How to organize your office for maximum productivity

Having an optimal workspace can greatly affect your productivity.
Here is what you should do.

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How to organize your office for maximum productivity

  1. 1. HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR OFFICE FOR MAXIMUM PRODUCTIVITY Having an optimal workspace can greatly affect your productivity. Here is what you should do. WWW.AIRR.ME Start with a purge The Goal = A space that is completely free of clutter Depending on the condition of your office, the purge could take anywhere from a few hours to a whole day. Create a catch-it space A tray for documents A shelf or a box for important items A trashcan It helps you to keep your office clean with little effort and should be set up in the most obvious area of your office. Keep your desktop clear of clutter The most important physical space in an office is the desktop. Most people find that they are most productive when working at a desktop that is free of clutter. Place two document trays on your desk A two-tray system is the simplest and most effective for handling incoming paper. Documents you've opened or looked at, and need to deal withNew documents Create two zones You spend most of your time here, knocking stuff out and getting things done. Zone 1: Computer work An area clear of monitors, cords, and chargers. This is where you go when you thumb through documents, use your iPad, sign papers, scan documents, or stamp envelopes. Zone 2: Non-computer work The two-zone approach you both organize your work and your approach to getting the types of things done that you deal with on a daily basis. A desk drawer is the logical place to keep items out of sight. Avoid the temptation to keep your stapler, tape dispenser, and paper clip holder on top of your desk. These supplies need to be stored in an organized and accessible place like a drawer. Place physical objects into drawers or organizing trays Get a bigger trashcan Clear unnecessary paper than keeping it stacked. Prevents trashcan overflow and absorb more waste. Make sure to recycle when possible! Source: www.inc.com/neil-patel/how-to-organize-your-office-for-maximum-productivity.html

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