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It stands to reason that taking organized minutes maximizes the effectiveness of your meeting. (After all — what would be the point of debating and deliberating and deciding, if no one could remember exactly what was discussed?) So how do you keep track of all the information that’s given out? It’s actually not as hard…

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Organizing your schedule — where does one start? Some people see time management as a super-power. (Surely there’s no way a mere mortal could fit it all in from 9-to-5!) But work productivity is simple, if you have a plan. It’s a skill that anyone can learn — just follow these guiding principles. Think Before…

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Everyone wants to run organized, productive, and effective meetings. The problem is that a meeting is a double-edged sword. It can be a great way to share information or engage in participatory group planning (if run correctly) — it can also be a massively annoying waste of time (if run badly). How do you ensure…

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Organized...And Then Some

You don’t have to be Fortune 500 CEO to need a functional and organized office. Paying bills, filing, staying on top of phone calls, and tracking expenses — these activities all require an orderly workspace. And don’t forget your personal documents — no matter what kind of paper you accumulate, you need a dedicated space…

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