A IS FOR ATTACK PLAN

August 27, 2012


When you start an organizing project, it is best to set up a strategy before you begin rather than jumping blindly into the project.  By taking a few minutes to assess your project you will be able to better determine project length, materials needed and an exit strategy.  Does this sound like a familiar scenario:  

You set out on a Saturday afternoon to organize your office.  You look at the clock 5 hours later and determine you won’t finish today.  You decide to finish another day but instead the project remains unfinished for months.  

By developing a plan of attack you can break your project into smaller, more manageable pieces that can be accomplished in the time you have allotted.  It will also help you determine the priority of different tasks so you can finish what is most important first.

Next Up:  B IS FOR BAG IT, TAG IT

In honor of the school year beginning, I will be exploring the ABC's of Organizing until the end of September.  Check back daily to find out more!

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