Improve your legibility

March 31, 2010 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

There is currently a war going on between organization/productivity guru’s about which method of organization is better: paper or electronic?

Each has its own merits, but I find that sticking with paper is more reliable than electronic organizers. The only issue with relying on paper organization is having legible handwriting. If you’re spending more time trying to figure out what the heck you have to do than actually carrying out a task, then your wasting precious time.

This article from the New York Times gives a template for improving your hand writing. I haven’t tried it out yet, but since I’ve got some of the worst handwriting since sliced bread, I see no harm in trying to improve.

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“Becoming Organized” in a nutshell.

Anais Nin once said, “Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.”

All I am is someone who is in the process of becoming organized, wanting to share my journey of the states I am going through. I like to think of it as lending a hand to the less organized. Giving personal testimony to what works for me and what doesn’t, helpful hints, tricks and tips, and why becoming organized was so important to me.

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