1.Have less stuff!
Distinguish projects from must-have content/info/stuff – including papers, books, emails, receipts, letters, invitations, coupons, etc.
Bedtime reading basket
Coupon book and coupon/offer inbox – immediate action, soon action, later
Later file/folder on email
Collect what you’ve invested. Use it
Projects: What will you do? In next year. For real. 90 days. Do you need it? Archive. Do you need it now? Set it up as a project.
File for each project you will do. Back up info in a section around it in a filing cabinet.
What you have for each…Name your assets – content, courses, templates, check lists for what you’ve got planned in business, personal, events, family, etc.
Assets list – a file with a list of it. A cabinet that contains it in a section with the list in front. May have to go online to access some, make sure it’s on the list – webpages, blogs, links, emails or print them out…better to reference to declutter space. Keep track of purchases and acquisitions for projects you will do…new content, programs, library items to get done what you need in projects for personal or business
Project, business or offering.
Personal = event, blog post, how-to complilation, etc.