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|Today’s tip: Organize your projects by keeping project pages|
Get organized at work or at home by creating a project page for the major tasks on your to-do list.
- Start a Project Page: a clean sheet of paper in your planner or notebook
- Title your page with name of client, project name, start date and deadline
- List all of the tasks needed to complete this project (include all small steps and details, including research and phone calls)
- Assign due dates for each task
- Transfer tasks from your project page into your Daily To-Do List and prioritize appropriately
- Check-off completed tasks on your Project Page at day’s end
- When finished, file your completed Project Page along with your drafts and project notes for safe record-keeping
Even the most organized people can benefit from having a system for tracking their progress. A project page is a valuable resource for reminding you where you left off each day, and it helps you manage multiple projects at one time.
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