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Four steps to determine your organizational style

Updated: Jan 28


  1. Observe your current habits: Take some time to observe your current habits and the way you organize things in your personal and professional life. Do you prefer to use digital or paper-based systems? Do you like to make lists or use visual aids like mind maps? Do you prefer to have everything in one place or spread out across different tools or platforms?

  2. Consider your strengths and weaknesses: Think about your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to organizing. For example, are you good at planning but struggle with follow-through? Are you a visual learner who prefers to see things laid out in front of you? Use this information to guide your organization style.

  3. Experiment with different methods: Try out different organization methods and see what works best for you. This might involve trying out different apps or tools, experimenting with different organizational structures, or testing out different ways of categorizing and prioritizing tasks.

  4. Reflect and refine: Regularly reflect on your organization system and see how it works for you. If something isn't working, don't be afraid to refine your approach and try something new.


Ultimately, there is no "right" way to organize. It's about finding a system that works best for you and helps you to be productive, efficient, and organized in a way that suits your personal style.

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