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Getting Organized checklist - To Do List for Getting Organized

 

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To Do List for Getting Organized

Getting Organized template is a 'to do list' for you to organize your personal and professional life. Use this Getting Organized Checklist to increase your personal productivity and success that depends much on how organized your life is.

You can download this template in VIP Organizer or VIP Team To Do List database format.



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1. Self:

 

  • Think about organizing methods that worked for you in the past.
    It could be something you don't practice any more, but when you used it consistently it worked for you.

  • Get rid of clutter
    Ask yourself: “Do I really need this one” and if the answer is 'no', find it a “better home”, e.g. an organization that may benefit from items you no longer use.

  • Break things down into small steps
    Don't try to tackle too big of a job. Start organizing your umbrellas instead of your entire lobby. Do the ugliest thing first. Like a child cleaning his/her room

  • Set goals, priorities and plans
    Always ask yourself: Why am I doing this? What is the goal? Why will I succeed? What happens if I choose not to do it?

  • Plan each day, each week, each month
    You can always change your plan, but only once you have one!

  • Buy an organizing product, VIP Simple To Do List.
    Note: owning the product doesn't get you organized; using it does!

  • Evaluate your progress
    Once you've lived in your newly organized space for awhile, set aside some time to decide if it works as efficiently as you want.

 

2. Finance:

 

  • Keep track of all your daily spending
    Discover where your money is going and start going toward your investment plan.

  • Know where your money is invested.
    Have all your investment accounts where you keep all your records in one place.

  • Make financial education a habit.
    Take 10 minutes a day to read related articles in the car or over breakfast.

  • Get all financial-related information in one place.
    Putting all the various bills, receipts, and statements in a box or pile. It's much easier to organize when all your information is in one spot!

  • Sort and separate your papers
    Separate tax-related items from ones that you won't be claiming. From those two main financial types create piles for sub-categories.

  • Track it.
    Once you have all your financial information sorted, separated, and filed, it's easy to take the next step and track where your hard-earned cash is going.

 

3. Family:

 

  • Schedule 10-15 minutes every morning to plan your day.
    This tip will help you get the important details off of your mind so you can sleep more restfully.

  • Schedule one-on-one time with each of your kids.
    This can be as simple as going for a walk or having a special lunch together, or more involved like a camping trip or special vacation.

  • Allow kids to help with household chores.
    Very young children will need more direction and help, but as they get older, they will have the skills they need to become more independent.

  • Make picking up toys a game.
    Do it together, entice them with a reward, and play music or sing songs.

 

4. Home:

 

  • General
    Have a couple of clutter collection baskets placed strategically throughout your house.

  • Kitchen
    Think about how many plastic food storage containers you will actually use. Set up a message center to collect phone calls and paper.

  • Lobby
    Place a small shelf and hooks to hang keys and collect coins and other small objects.

  • Bathroom
    Attach a plastic, wall-mount file pocket...


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