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Q: How is working with an organizer coach like opening a safe deposit box?
A: It takes two keys – your key and the bank’s key.
Unlocking your potential also takes two keys – your key and your coach’s key. You each see things from a different perspective, so both parties must be present to unlock your potential. This is the key to success with your organizer coach!
Your disorganization costs you time, frustration, and money – not to mention stress and embarrassment. Time for Success works with people who feel they could be more successful if they were better organized.
When clutter is overwhelming, people don’t know where to start.
In the examples below we applied the Manhattan Principle,* making the best use of prime real estate, in this case, a desktop.
Another key principle is to start small when the task seems overwhelming. The client gave herself permission to make this project a work in progress.
Buried under an avalanche of paper…
You can reclaim prime real estate by eliminating the piles and keeping frequently used items within reach. These photos illustrate another example of the Manhattan Principle.