Organizational skill? No, organizational planning.


Are you naturally organized?  No, me neither.

About 7 billion people on this planet right now could probably benefit from increased organization in their lives to manage short-term obligations and achieve long-term goals. The good news is that we don’t have to rely on inherent organizational talent to become better organized people. These days, there are tools at our disposal that can help any of us get there.

Auriel Fournier is a colleague wrapping up her PhD at the University of Arkansas. She’s really impressive, and I’m enjoying watching her make that transition from graduate student to renowned scholar in her field. She recently made available an essay that describes how she stays organized, with links to specific tools she uses and a description of how she uses them.  It’s great, and so is she.  Check it out!

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