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Christina Scalise, author of Organize Your Life and More, couldn't have said it better when she penned the words, "Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fueled by procrastination."

Clutter in the office, whether it's on your desktop, your calendar, your computer files, or your to-do list (and we've all got a to-do list, right?) is often at the heart of production bottlenecks. Attacking clutter isn't easy. We have to face it head-on and admit that our cozy relationship isn't working out so well. But if it's well past time to take things in hand in your office, now is a good time to start.

Is That Your Office or a Crime Scene?

Things probably aren't as bad as all that, but it might be helpful to take a look around and put your finger on what bugs you the most. Can you find things easily, or do waste a good portion of the day hunting for lost items? Does your office space welcome you each morning, or do you involuntarily cringe at the sight? Take an honest look at those stacks of papers, empty shipping boxes and defunct office technologies and make a decision to purge. Today.

FREEDOM!

Nice job! Now that you've purged your workspace of mind-numbing clutter, it's time to rearrange the furnishings. If you haven't got the talent, there's someone in your office who's dying to lend a hand here, so enlist their help. And buy a plant, okay? You need a little friend in there to help you through the day.

Optimize Your Workflows

If you haven't tried it yet, Managed Print Services can help your office manage both conventional and digital print production. You'll reduce costs and errors, improve turnaround times, and benefit from automated and optimized file processing.

To learn how your office can benefit from Managed Print Solutions, contact the experts at US Copy today!

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