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December 13, 2018 at 7:30 AMComments: 0 Faves: 0

5 Tips on How to Organize all your Work Projects


Work can be fun, work can also be stressful. Especially when you feel overwhelmed by a stack of projects that need to get done. It is easy to lose track of so many projects even if it is just two. Here are 5 Tips to help you organize all those projects. Because being organized is the key to succeed.

Tip #1: Use a Management Platform

Using a management software can lift off of load from your shoulders. Wrike Integrations is a management and collaboration platform that brings all your tasks, projects, plans, and discussions in one place. This software brings all the information together and organizes it on a clean template so that you are able to see the task clearly and be able to decipher where you need to start. There are a lot of tools integrated in the platform that will put all 5 of these steps in that one space. Some of those tools include a blog that shares information to better your skills and over 200 connectors that work together with flo designer. Organization is supreme to Wrike that's why they help you succeed.

Tip #2: Keep Everything Together

Using Wrike Integrations is great to complete this tip also because as I've mentioned it brings everything that has anything to do with the project together so that the whole picture can be seen clearly. The platform works with Smartsheet and dropbox. Using just those two tools, everything can be kept together on Wrike Integrations. The Smartsheet will help organize the information and dropbox organizes the files. It is important to make sure all of the project details and information are together so that nothing gets left out that needed to be a part of the project and so that the project can be admitted completely. Organizing your projects by keeping them together will help you thrive in success.

Tip #3: Keep a Copy

This is part of being organized, especially when working with a team. If the information were to be deleted or lost from wherever it was that it was being kept, a backup copy can be useful so that no one becomes more stressed than already presumed. In the end your co-workers will thank you, your manager will thank you and whomever the project benefitted will thank you too for being proactive.

Tip #4: Plan

This might seem like common sense but many people do not realize the impact writing things down in a planner or typing it up in your phone can have. It helps organize the schedule of what will be done and when so that everything gets done on time. It is also useful to plan in order to keep track of details and notes that may have otherwise been forgotten. If you are unsure of how to plan there are many resources that can help including a blog. Organizing yourself on paper will put you in place to succeed.

Tip #5: Self-Discipline

At the end of the day only you can make yourself put things where they belong, only you can copy everything and place it in a separate location, only you can open that planner everyday, and only you can motivate yourself to start and complete the task that are written under each day in the planner. Or if you use the platform mentioned previously for your planning also, only you can log in and get started. Organizing your mind is the first place the planning and organization needs to occur so that success can go beyond a thought.

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