I’m changing and iterating again! I’m a teacher and a life-long learner and it’s time to pass new knowledge on to you. We are finally ready to release to you the changes to The Productive Home Solution™ that I’ve been talking about in some of the recent podcasts.
Over the last 18 months, our Organize 365® Research has revealed that 87% of you believe that organization is a learnable skill, but only 13-18% of you feel organized in any of the four essential areas of the organization. So, a large percentage of us feel like horrific failures when it comes to organization! It’s time for that to change!
The more I have pressed into the idea of Swiss Cheese Organizing, I’ve found that there are four essential areas of organizing and we have to stop bouncing around from one area to another to feel organized. I went into detail about these areas on some recent podcasts:
- Organizing Personal Spaces
- Organizing Family & Communal Spaces
- Organizing Storage Spaces
- Organizing Paper Management
It’s now time for The Productive Home Solution™ to be reorganized to reflect these four essential areas of the organization. Beginning today, The Productive Home Solution™ Dashboard will have the content and videos from the 100-Day Home Organization Program split into Slash Pockets for the four essential areas of the organization. Now you get to decide which area you want to organize first and declare that you are organized in that space. You’ll also find four new corresponding groups in our community app where you can share and chat with others who are working on that same essential organizational space with you.
In this episode, I give you more background and information about these changes. I also give you some advice and considerations for which space to tackle first.
If you’ve not yet leaped to join The Productive Home Solution™, now is the perfect time! No more waiting for the next session to start. You can begin with any of the 4 organizational spaces starting today! Learn more here.
Which area will you choose to get fully organized first this fall? Your personal spaces? Your family & communal spaces? Your storage spaces? Your paper management?
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