Home Office Set-up for Optimal File Management and Productivity
Do you have a home office? Or do you use your tablet, phone or laptop and your home office is all over your home? The key to reducing household paper clutter and increase productivity is having a centralized home office. A home office could be a designated area of a room or a specific room. Your home office should have a place for papers to be dropped as they enter the home. It should also have an area where papers that require action or follow-up are placed. Your home office is an extension of your home and should be treated as such. You should give it an inviting coat of paint, good lighting and hang some artwork and/or pictures of your family and friends.
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Here is a video I created a few years back on creating an ideal home office.
Do you have a dedicated home office? Do you use it?