Create the System that Works for You

I'm always looking for better, more efficient ways to do things. I have a sign in my office that says "Simplify". This reminds me not to over-think things, break projects down into manageable pieces and just get them done. I have found some great resources that keep me on track. I love David Allen's Getting Things Done. Julie Morgenstern's books are always great and every month I find helpful resources in Real Simple Magazine. I've tried many planner systems over the years but I decided Planner Pad works best for me.

In November, I'm taking a webinar course on the Mission Control system. It's all about productivity, reducing stress and getting rid of your to-do list! I'm looking forward to learning this new system and trying it out. 

I think the key to finding what works best for you is to take in as much you
can, sift through it and choose what speaks to you. I use a combination
of many systems and while my system is constantly changing, the basics
stay the same.

What are your favorite tools and systems that keep you organized and productive?

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Create the System that Works for You — 1 Comment

  1. Hey Amy,
    At What’s next, What’s Now Sandra shared her enthusiasm for MS One Note. I have it and have taken notes with it but never delved into it to see how helpful it really is. I’m learning as I go and so far I like the features of having a ‘notebook’ for each client that organizes everything from my action list to call notes to passwords. I’m hooked!
    Thanks for asking!

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