Your office is a place where time is money. The more efficient you are with your time the more productive you become. Nothing is more important in our highly competitive world.
When we talk about time in a commercial setting, it isn't just how you schedule appointments, it also includes how much of your time is spent on extraneous activities. Do you find yourself lost in a sea of paperwork looking for misplaced documents? Do you double book clients and need to spend time rearranging your schedule? Do you leave for appointments and forget to take all the essential items with you and have to return to get them? All of these tasks can be systematically organized to increase your efficiency.
With help from me and use of organizational strategies, you will see improvements and experience measurable results for your business. Some of the outcomes can include:
* Improve focus and concentration by reducing visual clutter.
* More efficient spatial organization
* Streamlined business processes
* Development of consistent systems to handle paper management, filing, scheduling, prioritizing and time management
* Increased productivity
* Increased staff morale
The average American wastes 55 minutes a day (roughly 12 days a year) looking for things they own but can’t find. (Newsweek)
The typical executive wastes 150 hours a year (almost an entire month), searching for lost information. For someone earning $50,000 a year, this loss is equivalent to $3,842 annually. (Forbes ASAP)
Americans waste more than 9 million hours each day looking for lost and misplaced articles. (American Demographic Society)