December 4, 2002
Productivity Tips Newsletter
This issue offers methods to help you regain control of your desktop and proven techniques for managing those piles of paper.
This Issue: File, Don't Pile
Proven Techniques for Managing Your Files:
Keep your files slim – no thicker than one inch thick. By naming your files with specific titles, you can easily keep them slim and quickly find the exact document for which you are looking.
Store your most recent documents in the very front of each file folder. Every time you refer to a filed document, place a dot in the top right hand corner of it. This will help you easily purge your files each year. Obviously, the items that do not have any dots, have not been referred to in a year and can been comfortably discarded.
Schedule a day, once a year, to purge your files. Remember, statistics show that 80% of what we file, we never look at again!Thanksgiving is the time to be thankful. To show how much we appreciate the opportunity to serve you, we are giving away two free copies of Kiplinger's Paper Tiger software - a $100 value. Just click here to register for the drawing on December 10th, 2002. Winners will be notified and posted in a future issue of this newsletter.
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