Clutter blocks creativity. As a business owner, there are a lot of mental work, and this can often feel cluttered. Add in the cloud and tech stack of managing a business, and there are lot of elements to keep organised.
A disorganised business, where files, information, processes, content, images… #allthethings are all over the place, and the mental load increases and it can all feel overwhelming.
In today’s episode of The Business Efficiency Podcast, I share how this overwhelming feeling felt for me, in a physical sense. Not knowing how to move forward, or sideways, and feeling stuck from all of the clutter mentally, and in my business was a key driver in me knowing that getting organised helps me be creative and drive my business forward.
I’m sharing 3 of my top tips to help keep your business organised so that you can reduce the overwhelm, protect your time boundaries, stay organised and reduce the double handling of files, emails, tasks, and information. These tips might be small, but they can make a big impact on your sense of control, confidence and level of overwhelm.
KEY POINTS in this episode:
- How clutter is keeping us stuck
- Overwhelmed – the physical sense that I experienced
- Organisaed space helps you feel more in control
- Create a home for everything
- Folders, emails, content, notes, tasks – keep them organised
- Reduce double handling
- Be mindful of how you spend your time
- Keep boundaries around your focus and attention
- Clear the space so that you can be creative
Links and Resources:
4 Tips to Organize Your Business Organizations
Hi I'm Aerlie
Thankyou for tuning in to The Business Efficiency Podcast.
I have over 10 years experience in supporting clients to improve their business efficiency. I specialise in mapping out workflows, setting up project management platforms for tracking and reporting your business operations, documenting processes and improving your team's productivity and collaboration.
I know that business owner's find it difficult to step out of the chaos and day to day running of their business, despite all of the other plans they have. Getting these foundations set up and running efficiently are the best way for you to grow your business to the next level.
I live and work in the gorgeous Adelaide Hills and am a mum to two girls.
Acknowledgement of country
I acknowledge that I undertake my business on the land of the Peramangk and Kaurna Nations.
I acknowledge their deeply spiritual connection with Country and I pay my respect to Elder's past, present and future as the custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.