Small Busines

Business- The True Cost of Clutter and Disorganisation – 6 Tips to Conquer Clutter

With the constant flow of new responsibilities and roles filtering into our workload, how are we to keep track of meeting notes, searching for files, and trying to stay up-to-date? In most cases it comes at a cost, a cost on our time, relationships and health.

I speak from experience, in my previous life I was consumed by my job, excelling in a male dominated industry, I identified myself though my career and I loved it. As the hours grew longer and workload increased, so did my clutter. Too busy focusing on my role and not on my health, I found out the true cost of clutter and disorganisation.

Clutter Isn’t Just Physical

My clutter was not physical clutter, it was the stuff I carried around in my head, massive to do list’s, plans and ideas, meetings, targets to meet and managing a sales team. Don’t get me wrong I loved it but my body was telling me a very different story.

How do we cope when we are pinged, tweeted, zoomed, facetimed trying to function on a diet of constant learning to keep up with new things, sifting through information, swapping quickly between tasks and multitasking? Generally speaking…not very well Continue reading


How to organise business

Can your business run without you? 3 Simple techniques to help you get organised and keep your on on the ball

Taking time out to attend a conference is a great way to grow your business, improve skills, share with others and network, but will take you away from the everyday running of your business.

Too often small business owners put off the opportunity to work on their business  such as attending a conference, simply because they don’t feel that things will run without them.

There are 3 simple techniques to help you get organised and keep your eye on the ball. Continue reading