I have had the opportunity to work with a wonderful women this week. Like minded, cheerful personality and excited to get organized! We organized her papers and office to create a room that inspired and energized her. I feel blessed to do something so rewarding and that I love. ... See MoreSee Less
Oh my, I didn't know that I would be without Internet for several days. Living extremely primitive in God's beautiful country. Do you have your score? 12-16 You are awesome at paper management! You prefer to be as paperless as possible and are efficient at filing. You know where to locate your papers and how long to keep them. Keep up the good work.
18-26 You are consistent with the average professional--you prefer to be organized and paperless, but you don't have all the right workflows in place. You might need to dedicate time each week to filing documents or you may need to create a paper retention plan.
28-36 It looks like paper management is not your greatest strength. I get it...there are not enough hours in the day to spend your time on filing. But efficient paper management systems and habits will save you so much more time in the long run. I recommend you take time to purge and reorganize your files and systems. It will save you stress in the long run! ... See MoreSee Less
4. You just completed a big project. What do you do with all of your files now? A. Save the document in your file system for the appropriate amount of time. B. File all of the documents together in your file system until one day someone decides to purge them. C. They'll start as a pile on your desk, then they'll eventually move to the floor, and once you run out of room you'll throw them, in a box.
5. The school year has ended and your children have brought home all of their papers and projects. What do you do with all of it? A. You have a memory box set up Pre K through 12th that holds all of their favorite memorabilia. B. you have an area that you collects each years memorabilia. C. You set it aside with all of the other papers.
Each A is worth 2 points, B is worth 4, and C is worth 6. Tally your points to find your paper hoarding score: Tomorrow I will share what your score means. ... See MoreSee Less
2. You just came back from a networking event with a stock of business cards. What do you do with them? A. Input them in your contact management system. B. You follow up with a few contacts and then plan on entering them later(you hope). C. Toss them in an empty drawer.
3. Your husband asked you to find an important document. How long does it take you to find it? A. A couple of minutes because you know exactly where it is. B. There are two or three places it could be. A few minutes. C. You can't find it. Argh! ... See MoreSee Less