Mission 19: Organize Your Office


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission 19 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

If you want to increase productivity, motivation and mental clarity, one of the best things you can do is to create an effective workspace.

So in this mission, we’ll follow 3 steps to transform your work zone into an organized office.

And remember – it is only 30 minutes.

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2 thoughts on “Mission 19: Organize Your Office

  1. [email protected] says:

    Our group responses are as follows:
    We would need a huge trash bag and donation box
    Trash: Anything broken, yucky, tatty, or inconsistent with your professionalism.
    Keep:School or college notes and texts: keep the papers that you use and pertain to your field of interest; Old paperwork, bills, receipts, mail: once the bills are paid keep for 1 year and then shred in case of discrepancy with the company; keep documents if needed for taxes; Birthday, Christmas and greeting cards – unless they’re genuinely special to you: create a scrapbook for your cards; Old notebooks not needed for reference: shred the material inside. Keep the notebook for future use.
    Doubles of staplers, hole punches, scissors, rulers, etc. If you use the item frequently then keep the double otherwise donate the duplicate
    Shred: other papers; if confidential or you’re mailing address
    Donate:Old computer or software manuals: donate to a computer technician or your school/college; outdated printers, scanners, fax machines: donate to your computer technician;
    Defunct phones, computers, and cells, PDAs etc.: donate check your local area for reconditioning of equipment to be sold for a low price to low income people
    Pertinent items we keep at our Home Desk: Desktop or Laptop Computers; Staplers; Staples; Staple Remover; Pens; Pencils; Sticky Notes; Computer Paper; Printer & Toner/Ink; tape dispenser; scissors; letter opener; checks; check register; postage stamps; local phone books; daily planner; desk calendars; file cabinet or plastic container

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