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  Are you tired of working in a space that feels too small, crowded and is full of distractions? I hear it again and again: "My office is too small", "I can't find what I am looking for" or "There is no room to put anything." Are you ready for new beginnings? Begin by re-organizing your office and in just a short amount of time you will experience a positive impact on not only your motivation but also your creativity. The following five tips will make the process of reorganizing your office simple and achievable. So What Exactly Is The Problem? Given the fact of how much time we spend in our offices, it's sometimes hard to grasp how little time and thought we actually put into the layout, organization, systems and product selection...

Tell me, are you tired of working so hard and still not getting to where you want to be? Do you find yourself re-writing goal sheets over and over and starting new projects all of the time yet never finishing them? Do you have great ideas but have not put them into action because there is just never enough time? What Is The Problem? The sad reality of my day to day business is that, due to sheer overwhelm, jumping head first into projects and constantly putting out fires, I find that most of my clients have lost complete focus of their priorities and what's even worse complete sense of how long any item on their to-do list actually takes them. This may not sound so bad to you but not knowing how...

I'm wondering if any of this sounds familiar? . . . You love the flexibility that being your own boss gives you but you never imagined the amount of paper you'd accumulate now that you are out on your own and not to mention all of your family's paperwork. . . . You find yourself overwhelmed with all of the information out there, you end up printing everything thinking I'll just add it to my stack. I can read or take care of it later. You're piles just keep on growing and later never comes. . . . Your business or personal errands tend to take you out of the office, you know you need your information accessible but you have no strategy or system to speak of. . . . There is no central location, your information...