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Master your calendar with a few easy ideas! By Joshua Zerkel

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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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By Monica Friel

Benjamin Franklin once said that "if you want something done, ask a busy person." There's truth to that statement. After all, the busier we are, the better we manage our time. Busy people are able to get more done in a day because they don't waste time. They take advantage of every moment and consider time a precious commodity. 

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Planning is important. It’s good to keep your schedule, appointments, and goals close at hand so you can review then often. But try to avoid feeling overwhelmed by your aspirations. Schedule flexibility into your plans. Give yourself enough time to complete a goal even if something unexpected arises. If nothing happens to slow down your progress, you’ll complete your goal early. There’s nothing wrong with that, but if you give yourself room to bend, you can stay on target without feeling like you’ve fallen behind—come what may.

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There’s something special about the feel of a pen on paper—something permanent about ink on a page. And plans should be permanent. Goals should be set in ink. If you drop your planner it isn’t ruined, it’s just dirty. You don’t need to charge them overnight, and you don’t have to worry about a software upgrade every two months. That’s probably why, even with all the technology at our fingertips, planners are still so popular. They keep you going effortlessly.

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Serenity Memo MousepadTake this down: May 21st is National Memo Day.

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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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April PlannersHave you ever heard of burnout? It’s a term used to describe a mental state, similar to depression, which comes from excess stress over a long period of time.

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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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