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Compliments of AndyRob via Flickr

Sometimes we suffer malaise in our space because our things are worn, old, or simply not pleasing to the eye. An energy booster in your present surroundings could be removing (and or rearranging) your personal belongings. Turn the page…

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Compliments of MTSU Photographic Services

Aslett (2005) sums up many individuals’ approach to office organization: he argues that we don’t make time to prioritize upfront, but we don’t subsequently mind being delayed by our own messes at a later time. If you’re constantly worrying about where something is or how to find it (or even if you have it in the first place), how much added stress is that causing you? If you are working toward rank or tenure, or find yourself in an “up or out” system, attaining maximum productivity is not only essential to your professional reputation, but it could very well make the difference between whether you are allowed to stay at your institution or whether you’re sent packing. Once you conquer your workspace, you can then conquer the essential elements of your job. The added benefit of having fewer things is having less to worry about, and fewer obstacles to accomplishing your tasks. Moreover, when you do your “second round” of sifting, it’s from a place of being more manageable. Turn the page…

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