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Getting and staying organized is usually a top priority, but it doesn't have to be that difficult. Utilizing a few simple time management tools, you can regain control of your schedule.
No matter how busy your schedule or job, someone somewhere makes a calendar or organizer that will meet your needs. Taking the time to learn how to use either of those tools, will give you the opportunity to reclaim your ability to manage your time.
Calendars and planners are loosely organized into different styles. Here's a quick discussion of those styles:
- Calendars and planners come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. They
can be as small as a pocket model or as large as a wall model. However, calendars
are only effective for organizational purposes if they are utilized. Dates,
times, appointments all have to be recorded in the calendar for it to serve
it's purpose. My personal favorite is a desktop calendar as it's in the location
where I spend most of my time: at my desk. I record everything on that calendar
and it's ready whenever I need it. A quick glance tells me when and where
I need to be somewhere. Like many other organizational items, most calendars
can be refilled from year to year.
Books - Also called Address books, these are specifically designed
to store contact information including name, address, telephone, e-mail, etc.
Most calendars don't have this capability, so address books work well for this
purpose. I prefer address books over an all in one type calendar as an address
book gives me the ability to record a substantial amount of information about
Books - Unlike a calendar, appointment books are designed to organize
a day in much greater detail. These are great if your day is filled with
meetings as a calendar won't offer the flexibility to manage your time at that
level. As an added bonus, once you find a particular style appointment book
that you really like, you can continue using it through yearly refills.
The first step to becoming organized involves taking command of your schedule. Any of the organizational products above will help in that area. Once you've taken this step, you can move on to other areas of your life that need to be organized.