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1. Getting More Organized -

It’s that time of year. People are thinking about getting more organized. As a consultant who occasionally helps people follow up on such thoughts, I’ve found that your beliefs make all the difference in the world if you want to get organized. Here are five false beliefs and five true beliefs that you must consider if you are serious about getting organized.

2. The Lesson of Orange Barrels -

Should you continue working on your masterful multitasker skills, or should you plod along focusing on one thing at a time? I’ve got to admit, claiming to be a masterful multitasker sounds much more exciting and glamorous than being a plodder. However, if increased productivity is more important to you than glamour, you might want to at least consider the lessons of the orange barrels.

3. The Busy Monkey Trap -

When you read the following story about how hunters trap monkeys, you may think monkeys are incredibly stupid! However, read on before you judge monkeys too harshly.

There are several versions of the monkey trap story, but they all have one thing in common. The monkey gets his hand in a tight place, such as a jar, vase or coconut and can’t seem to figure out how to get it out. He gets trapped!