4 Steps to Organisation after Redundancy
Organisation is the key to success in all aspects of your life; including getting back into work after redundancy. Without organisation in your life you will find:
- You are unprepared
- Late for meetings
- Take longer to accomplish tasks
- Feel an increase in your stress levels
- Lack motivation
- Find it hard to manage your time
- Feel under more pressure
- Are less efficient
- Are less effective
- Feel you are not achieving your potential
- Feel dissatisfied
- Feel unfulfilled
Follow these 4 Steps to Organisation after Redundancy, and make a difference in your life and your job hunting:
- Identify goals and break them down into manageable tasks.
- Maintain a daily diary and write the tasks to do, under their respective dates and give yourself a time to complete each one.
- Create and use checklists to ensure these tasks are complete. Tick off each one as it gets done.
- Keep records of your achievements.
Implementing these four simple things into your lifestyle and daily routine will ensure you:
- Are a more organised person
- Manage your time more efficiently
- Become a more effective person
- Achieve more
- Have more time to relax and do the things you enjoy
- Feel motivated
- Feel fulfilled
- Increase personal satisfaction
To find out how to create checklists and how to use them, click Using Checklists now. To find out how to use and maintain a daily diary, click on How to use a Daily Diary now. To find out the importance of S.M.A.R.T tasking and how to do this, click Time Management now. The more organised you are, the more you will be able to multi-task and this is a skill that’s highly sought after by potential employers.