Last week in my Clubhouse room, Organizing Teaching Spaces, we talked and shared a lot of ideas about how important organization is - with keeping our neuro-diversities in mind.
Turns out - not everyone is tuned into or is drawn in by organization systems!
Yes! It's absolutely true!
We all have our strengths and styles when it comes to how we keep up with our spaces and materials, just like anything else. What makes sense for me, might not make sense to others, and vice versa. The key though, is that you work with your strengths here. That you create an understanding - with yourself - that in order to be fully functional and efficient, some kind of system must be in operation. Even the simples of them! Working with your strengths will usually result in a decent and perhaps sustainable way to keep on top of things!
You know, that's why I created a few cards in which I thought most people may be able to anchor their Organizer-self in!
So, are you....
...a Piler or Stacker?
or maybe.... a Once-a-Year type of organizer?
Who else might you be?
Just based on the name itself - which do you tune into immediately? Can you make a definition of your organizer-self using this title? Who do you think can relate?
I have so many questions!
Would love for you to drop some comments in the box below!
And if you want a copy of my Organizer Identity cards, you can grab them here! See if your definition matches with mine!
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