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My belongings are spread out all over the place, so I lose things, can't find them, buy duplicates

I have a hard time getting started when I want to organize things, so I give up before I start

I start activities without every item I need and have to stop and go get what I need

It is faster and easier to do it myself than to ask for help

I only have time to handle the most demanding, immediate activities or crises

I feel guilty or silly taking time to pick up, organize or improve my space

I have stuff on the floor because there is no where to put it

I procrastinate or quit when I can’t easily find the items I need for activities/projects

I forget to leave enough room in my day for the unexpected

I have a hard time sticking to my schedule (Schedule? What schedule?)

I feel overwhelmed by the messes around me (e.g., my car, desk, closet, kitchen)

I scramble to find everything I need when I am getting ready to leave the house, office, etc.

I keep my to-do list and schedule in my head

Once I get started with a project or activity, I don't like to stop

I forget how long things actually take me

I feel like I need more rest, sleep, or space to myself

I say "yes" to doing things, or jump right in, without giving myself time to think about it

There is so much other work to be done, so organizing is at the bottom of my list

I buy multiple copies of the same product because I cannot easily determine whether I have more

If I can’t organize it all at once, at the right time, or in the right way, I don’t bother at all

Shannon Seek, PSc, CPCC, CPO, Founder, Seek Solutions

Shannon Seek, BSc, CPCC, CPO, is a Jesuit University trained Business Strategist, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and Certified Professional Organizer who has helped some of the biggest names, universities and training programs in the virtual training sector go big since 1996 via the conferencing arm of Seek Solutions.

Shannon works with omni-talented, go-getter, genius types to put their best ideas in to usable, duplicatable, sustainable Living Legacy systems that make decision making and action steps simple.

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