4 Misconceptions About Organizing

Eevn with all the TV shows and articles about organizing and how to do it, people still carry misconceptions about it. When I meet someone new who is interested in learning what it takes, I often have to dispel one or more of these misconceptions. I recently reread one of my favorite organizing books, Organizing From the Inside Out, by Julie Morgenstern. In it she does a great job giving you another way of looking at those misconceptions.

Misconceptions About Organizing

Misconception: Organizing is a mysterious talent. Some lucky people are born with it, while others are left to suffer.

Fact: Organizing is a skill.

Misconception: Getting organized is an overwhelming, hopeless chore.

Fact: Organizing boils down to the same very simple, predictable processes that need to be mastered.

Misconception:  It’s impossible to stay organized.

Fact: Organizing is sustainable if you build it around the way you think and designed to grow and adapt with your life and work change.

Misconception:  Organizing is a nonproductive use of time.

Fact: Those who are disorganized will feel overwhelmed, unsure of which way to turn and flounder. It costs more time to be unorganized.

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