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From OrganizersinCanada.com:


AT HOME


  1. Busy lives – families are so involved in their communities, their children’s activities, caring for their aging parents, etc.


  1. Working parents -  usually both parents are working so they have to fit in all these activities in those few extra hours they have in the evening


  1. No time -  there is no time left  for trying to get things organized,  especially if it does not come naturally


AT WORK


  1. Increased workloads


  1. Reduced workforces


  1. Information technology and paper overload affect nearly every sector of business today


  1. The result is not only disorganization but also frustration, stress and diminished productivity


Organizing is a life skill that isn’t being taught at school. The good news is that it is a teachable skill; you don’t have to be born organized.

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST CAUSE OF DISORGANIZATION?