Why You Have More Space in Your File Cabinet Than You Think

By |2013-11-25T19:24:40-05:00November 25th, 2013|Categories: Home Page, Paper Management, Systems|Tags: , , , |

The term "thickening agent" generally refers to paint and food products, but you might be surprised at how many thickening agents are in your file folders. Unlike gumbo, however, your files are much better off without these thickening agents. Here are six examples:


By |2013-03-22T17:59:35-04:00October 23rd, 2012|Categories: Home Page, Systems|Tags: , , , , , |

If being organized has been a lifelong challenge, then new habits are necessary to get and stay organized. Sometimes, however, organizing challenges can be overcome just by addressing the structures we choose. Staying organized requires easy, reliable movement from one stage to the next. Circulation prevents accumulation. Here are some examples of structures that we hobble ourselves with, just like a hobbled horse.


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