By Joe Cirillo
Have you taken a step back and surveyed the space around you? Are you a piler or a stuffer? Do you cram everything into one drawer only to waste valuable time later in search of that one thing: "I just know I saw it here last week? If so, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty and organize everything. It sounds worse than it is, in fact, once you get started, you'll find that keeping your environment organized will alleviate stress, gain you more time and help you lead a healthier, happier life.
In his book It's Your Time, author Joe Cirillo reveals a seven step-method that will help you organize everything and get on the road to living life to the fullest. He points out that so much of our day is spent on time wasters like searching for that lost something; as a result we become highly agitated or stressed. This is a cyclical pattern that plagues many Americans. And as Cirillo points out in his book - it's easy to combat the clutter, you just have to tackle one piece at a time.
"Don't take on too much at once, warns Cirillo. "Start with one task and cross it off your list, use the helper items featured in my book and reward yourself for a job well done."
As each task is conquered, a sense of accomplishment will drive you to conquer yet another monumental task until you no longer need to organize everything, in fact, you will have everything organized and be enjoying your gained time.
"Time is our most precious and richest natural resource, says Cirillo, "it is what we do with it that matters."
About The Author
It's Your Time is available in bookstores across the nation or on Cirillo's Web site. Cirillo has a long list of happy customers that say his methods will help you organize everything and gain up to two hours a day.
Joe Cirillo lives in Sun Valley, Idaho where he is currently releasing his second book The Italian Club, Original family recipes brought over from Naples, Italy. Contact The Cirillo Company today to be placed on the advanced copy list.
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