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Organizational Goals: Three Ways to Increase Your Likelihood of Success

Happy New Year, friends!

I’ve learned a few lessons while working with my Clutter Kicker clients. Among them, don’t bite off more than you can chew (I learned that one years ago when I ambitiously applied a closet organizing timeline to a room entirely full of paper), be prepared (the Clutter Kicker toolkit has grown and grown so I can handle most any surprise I meet on the job), and today's theme: clearly lay out the client’s goals (to keep our work focused and to measure success.)

Organizing goals are so important. Since January is GO (Get Organized) Month, I want to make sure that as you set your organizing goals, you are increasing your likelihood of success as much as possible! An organizing goal should be Focused, Reasonable and Personal.