A successful business can not thrive without a master plan, goals and regular adjustments to help focus employee effort and engagement. For you to be successful managing yourself (even more so if your responsibilities include managing the details of others) you must have a master plan.
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A home master plan consists of:
- a scheduling system (calendar),
- a task management system (daily action files)
- a communication system (phone & contacts)
- an information retrieval system (files) and
- a maintenance system (project list).
When each of these systems are developed and maintained people feel much more organized and in control of their space and can prioritize tasks more easily.
How do you maintain your home space and family needs? Do you have a master plan? What works for you? What doesn’t?
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