We collect things and hold onto them because we think it will enrich our lives. Later, we realize many of these things become burdens – to store, organize, worry about losing, insure, dust.
What it really comes down to is what is most important. Keep those things. But we can’t decide what’s most important. This is a big problem.
Yesterday’s answer: I don’t know.
Hey Dad, what are you planning to do with all this stuff and all these files?
Develop effective systems and processes for storing data…
History has a way of repeating itself. We have two choices as I see it. Much of what we do is learned behavior, with the lion’s share from childhood.
Being organized is hard because life is hard. We choose, intentionally or not, to be organized or disorganized. April at jeff noel.com is reserved for lists, tips, hints, files, and habits for being organized.