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Staying productive on the go is easier that you might think. If you keep a list of things to do with you at all times, you’ll likely find a number of tasks and to do’s that can be executed with very little technology or tools beyond pen and paper. If you need to meet with someone in the near future, grab your cell phone and set up the visit even if you’re away. You can also brainstorm new ideas for work, sketch ideas for that rundown flower garden in your yard, or write a thank you note to a friend.

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We all have unpleasant tasks that we need to complete. The challenge is staying motivated enough to actually stick with them. One way to do this is to give yourself a reward when you have completed an unpleasant task. Hey, if it works for our kids, why shouldn’t we do the same thing for ourselves? Give yourself a piece of chocolate or a soda when you complete half the items on your list for the day, and treat yourself to a golf game if you reach your goal for the month.

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Achieve Any Goal by Brian TracyWe’re approaching the end of June, so that means that we’re almost half a year away from our New Year’s Resolutions. How have your goals held up this year?

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You can say a lot about organization specifics - the best way to organize a junk drawer, great strategies for handling bills, or the proper order for your medicine cabinet. Sometimes, though, it's just handy to live by basic organization principles and apply them where needed. Try applying these basic organizing rules to your daily life:

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Seasons Ring-bound One-Page-Per-Day Planner Refill

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By Joshua Zerkel 

How you organize your time, work space, and personal life are key ingredients to your small business's success.

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By Joshua Zerkel 

As a business owner, you've probably already been faced with one of the biggest challenges - staying organized and productive.

Realizing that you need to make time to get yourself organized is one of the biggest steps to getting organized.  It isn't enough to simply say, "I'll file that stuff later."  Later never comes.  When was the last time you had a bunch of free time to get organized?  Yeah, me neither. 

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Have you ever had the nagging feeling that you should be doing something else? It might come when you're looking at family pictures on Facebook during work hours, or when your kids call you late in the evening and ask you when you're coming home. Finding the right work/life balance can be one of the biggest (and toughest) parts of finding satisfaction with your day-to-day experiences. Luckily, the key to developing an effective balance lies in proper organization and time management.

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The results are in - here are the top five resolutions from our 2012-2013 survey:

1.      Become more physically fit

2.      Improve financial condition

3.      Improve health

4.      Lose weight

5.      Read more/become more educated

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Real Life Adventures Ring-bound Daily Planner RefillWe have a thing for January. It’s National Get Organized Month. All that sorting, stashing, planning, and relocating are right down our alley.

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