Managing the information that comes into a busy household can be a challenge, even for the most organized. As a professional organizer, you may be asked to work with household members to help them understand and organize the information that comes into a home, whether it’s in the form of an email, a text, a phone call or snail mail. In this class, you’ll learn what to do with any piece of information from the time it comes into a household until it’s filed, deleted or tossed. We’ll show you options you’ll be able to take back to your clients as well as things you need to consider as you create their household information management system.
1. Assess the information that comes in, regardless of the delivery method.
2. Determine what, if any, action needs to be taken and when.
3. Identify key household players who will be responsible for managing the information.
4. Manage paper or digital files using a workable filing system.
5. Set up a simple Document Retention Schedule.
6. Create a maintenance schedule.
Instructor: Holly Uverity
Total Time: 98 minutes
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