Jul 3, 2018
For some of us, being a tad bit unorganized is part of our personality- a cluttered desk is calming and rummaging for a file or note becomes commonplace. However, repeatedly misplacing items is frustrating because you lose productive time with every search for a lost item.
Regardless of your place on the organizational spectrum, you will benefit from this conversation with Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton, founder of Organized Maniacs.
Cris' Company: www.organizingmaniacs.com
The planner pad that Cris uses can be found at www.plannerpads.com
The online scheduling app that Dolph uses is at www.calendly.com
Cris on Facebook: www.facebook.com/organizingmaniacs
Cris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/organizemaniacs
(7:19) How to encourage someone to get organized if they are generally resistant to change
(12:45) How to tame the paper tiger in your office
(13:26) How you can cut the paperwork on your desk in half
(19:20) Why time-blocking is important for your productivity
(24:28) Why you should have really descriptive terminology when saving a file
(26:15) The importance of creating a naming structure for your digital files
(32:40) How to keep those shared spaces organized (like office supply closets, storage rooms, and break rooms).
(35:20) The value of a label maker and organizing boxes
(40:20) How to help people emotionally let go of outdated printing materials cluttering your office