What results can you expect by getting organized?
Less stress – wouldn’t it feel great to walk into an organized office every morning prepared to take on the day?
More time and energy – no more searching and digging for that very important – but suddenly missing document.
More space – to think and breathe. Those piles of stuff are slowly choking the life out of you.
No more paper piles – you’ll know where to put the stuff when it comes in.
Save money – how much money do you lose in unfinished or forgotten commitments and lost opportunities?
Feel confident – about inviting clients and colleagues into your functional workspace. They’ll be begging you to tell them how you do it.
Look forward to working in your office instead of dreading it and wanting to avoid it.
Those are some compelling reasons to get organized don’t you think?
Investment or Expense?
Just by making slight changes to how you work in your day can easily save you as little as 30 minutes a day. Let's do some quick math on the ROI of an earning rate of $75 per hour...
30 minutes a day multiplied by 5 days per week = 2.5 hours
2.5 hours multiplied by 48 weeks per year = 120 hours
120 hours multiplied by $75 per hour = $9000 per year in savings!
That's not just a one-time return either - your new habits will continue to reap these savings for many years.
If you're highly motivated to establish new habits, your results will increase significantly.
So the question is …
What are you waiting for?
In this age of a do-more-with-less mentality, being on top of things is more important than ever. How you manage the multitude of ‘things-to-do’ clearly indicates how effective you are at managing your job. The skill of organizing truly sets apart the successful and thriving individual from the busy, chaotic one who has little or no personal life.
There’s no better time than now to take charge of your work environment. I want you to experience the feeling of calm-control and I can help you get there.
Don’t wait any longer. You’ve suffered long enough.
Contact me today and we can discuss how I can get you back on track with your workday.