A system you can keep for life

“I need to get organized so I can do my work,” people say to me often.

  • I want to write a novel, but first I need to organize my notes.
  • I want to get a new job, but first I need to create a system to manage the process.
  • I want to take on more clients, but first I need to create a process to manage them.

It’s really tempting to organize in anticipation of a problem, instead of organizing in reaction to a problem. 

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