Self-Management / Mind Clutter
Overwhelmed when you schedules become overbooked? Do you have changes or demands in your daily routines that make it difficult to organize and prioritize everything? Do your to-do lists become so full you can’t get to all the things you need to get done? This non-physical list of undone things clutters our minds, fogs our vision, and leads to increased stress. Self-Management/Mind Clutter is all about managing yourself by making more time in your day - saying no and scheduling less.
Organizing Resolutions with Starks will help you identify these non-physical clutter of things and provide you with organizing techniques and strategies to help create more order, balance, and control in your life. We will help you learn to manage your self/time/mind and maximize your daily productivity.
The following is a brief list of some of the resolution projects we can accomplish. The list is not comprehensive, so if you do not see something listed that you need help with, please do not hesitate to contact us.
❝ We should start choosing our thoughts like we choose our clothes for the day.❞ ~ Farnoosh Brock
Self-Management Interesting Facts
☀ 40% of adults say that if they had more time they would spend it with family. (Day Runner Survey)
☀ More than 90% of adults declare an overwhelming sense of "time-poverty" -- part of an epidemic of anxiety and pressure in our society.
(Psychology Today, Nov/Dec 1993)
☀ 60% of Americans feel they do not have enough time to get everything done. (Vital Stats)
☀ 65 percent of people describe themselves as “very” or “insanely” busy. (Day Runner Survey)
☀ 1 hour of planning will save 10 hours of doing.
☀ The average person uses 13 different methods to control and manage their time.
☀ The average person spends an average of 6 minutes looking for their keys in the morning
☀ Using the correct
organizational tools can improve
time management by 38%.
(Mobile Technology Product)
☀ 10-12 minutes invested in planning your day will save at least 2 hours of wasted time and effort throughout the day.
("Eat the Frog" by Brian Tracy)
☀ The average American spends one year of his or her life or 55 minutes a day looking for lost or
(US News and World Report)
☀ The top five items men look for in their homes were clean socks, remote control, wedding album, car keys and their driver's license.
☀ The top five items women look for in their homes were a favorite pair of shoes, child's toy, wallet, lipstick and the remote control.
☀ Over the course of our lifetime, we will spend a total of 3,680 hours or 153 days searching for misplaced items.The research found we lose up to nine items every day—or 198,743 in a lifetime. Phones, keys, sunglasses, and paperwork top the list. (The Daily Mail)
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