desk. Sunday , May 21st , 2017 - 01:11:28 AM
It takes time to organize. Some experts have suggested that the time it takes you to organize your desk can be more productively spent doing your job-and that organization doesn't save you a large amount of time to begin with. Disorganized people often claim that they know where everything is, and this is often true-and if you're well organized but the paper you need is across the office in your filing cabinet, it may take you just as long to get your hands on it as it would if it were under a pile on your desk.
Searching through the piles helps you make connections. When you have to go digging through your papers to find something on a messy desk, you can dig up all sorts of things-projects you've been putting off, old ideas you've been thinking about, and even other projects and information that fit with what you're working on now. If your desk were organized, your projects would never "mix" like this-and you may miss out on some important connections.
Most people who work at a desk all day will not be able to outfit their work space with the optimum equipment for that environment due to cost and space restrictions. In lieu of that kind of set-up, I have devised a way for you to cheaply and space efficiently reorganize your work space and activity so that you can obtain some exercise while at work. The exercise program that I will be outlining for you can be done during a long break or a lunch break. It is very inexpensive, offers some light exercise while you are actually sitting at your desk, and allows you to perform exercises in a tight work area.
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