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Learning to organize yourself: more order, better results

Learning to organize yourself: a question of habits

In order to learn to organize yourself, you first have to let go of a few legacies. Specifically: break away from bad habits and habits. And make room for new and better ways of doing things.

Sounds simple in theory, of course, but in practice it is often a major challenge. The old processes are too deep and too firmly anchoredthat have often been practiced over the years and established as an unconscious routine.

Changing previous habits and actually implementing the tips above therefore takes a certain amount of time (which you should give yourself). According to studies, it takes up to 66 days to replace an old habit with a new one ...

The path to better self-organization begins with jumping into the deep end: just start! That feels at first unfamiliar and therefore uncomfortable. But in time it will get better and so will you happier become. Not least because you create more of what you set out to do ...

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