Category Archive: Get Organized

Office Supplies Stock-Up
Sophie Zollmann - Certified Online Business Manager/Social Media Manager

Is your office fully supplied? Just like kids who need to get markers and notebooks for back-to-school, you should make sure your office has all the supplies you need. So you don’t miss a thing, here’s a helpful checklist arranged by the area in your office where the items are most frequently used.

By Sophie Zollmann

Seven Ways to Capture Ideas on the Run
Admin Text-Only Editing - Text Only Admin

It never fails that brilliant idea, the sudden flash of inspiration or the perfect solution comes you when you are doing something else. You might be driving your car, taking a shower, just getting ready to drift off into dreamland in bed, talking on the phone, or maybe taking a walk around the neighborhood. What do you do so you don’t lose your valuable idea?

By Admin Text-Only Editing

Getting it Together: Three Steps to Getting Organized
Admin Text-Only Editing - Text Only Admin

Is being in integrity something you struggle with sometimes too? Good. Then you are officially human. So what does integrity really mean? I think you’d get a different answer with every person you asked. Monica Shah talks about how lack of integrity comes from a lack of being organized.

By Admin Text-Only Editing

How to Use a Simple Editorial Calendar to Keep Your Content Marketing on Track
Christine Gallagher - Online and Relationship Marketing Mentor and Coach

Stay in touch, communicating at least once a week using an editorial calendar to schedule your content marketing and keep it on track with topics that resonate with your ideal client or customer.

By Christine Gallagher

How to Prioritize Your To Do List
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of (Previously

As an entrepreneur, your to do list may be a mile long. Not knowing what to do first, you may end up focusing on the wrong things. You can know a lot of things, but if you don’t take action, there’s nothing to show for it. Fabienne Fredrickson shares a tool that she has used many times in her business to help her prioritize her own long to do list.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Clutter and You: Changing How Your Stuff Impacts You, Your Space, and Your Time!
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Clutter. What does that word conjure for you? How does your energy shift when you hear it? For many, clutter is a chronic challenge – and its causes, as well as its impact goes far beyond mere ‘messiness.’ Paula Eder explains how clutter can impact you, your space and your time!

By Paula Eder

My #1 Secret to Productivity: Batching
Ali Brown - The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women

Have you ever noticed when you get into the groove with a certain task, you become more efficient as you go? But if you stop and start different things, you lose momentum by switching gears. Once I learned about batching, I became enamored with it! And here are my five favorite tasks to batch.

By Ali Brown and Admin Text-Only Editing

Top 3 Gmail Productivity Tools
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Switching from Outlook to Gmail has been a huge learning experience for me, and I've found some great tools and shortcuts along the way!

By Admin Text-Only Editing

Will Organization Destroy Your Creativity?
Marty Marsh - Follow-Up & Stay-In-Touch Marketing Strategist

You know, many creative people hate the thought of being organized. They view any sort of organization as a structure that’s meant to hamper their creativity, to put restrictions on it and tie it down. I suppose there are those rare individuals who honestly cannot handle much organization in their creative life. However, before you decide that you’re one of them, you should try to add some level of organization and see how it actually feels and works out for you, because organization can do a surprising amount of good for creativity.

By Marty Marsh

To Attract the New and Better, Purge the Old and Stagnant
Ali Brown - The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women

To attract the new and better, you have to purge the old. From Aristotle and Einstein way back when, to physicists today, both scientists and philosophers agree that (at least here on Earth) nature abhors a vacuum.

By Ali Brown and Admin Text-Only Editing

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