Not everyone has got it all together. Some of us struggle to stay organized. This constant effort that we put into getting our lives in order and getting our tasks done can be draining. In fact, every invention was made to make our lives easier in that regard. Disorganization is more common than we think. And it is not a terrible thing. It does not make you a bad person or someone with the least inspiring qualities. It only makes you human. The thing about disorganization that makes us want to run away from it is that it is discomforting. This is its major turn off and perhaps the reason you have been searching for a way to better manage your life.
Handling the various aspects of our lives can be a daunting task. When we succeed at one aspect, we often fail at another. We can be so successful at work but ignore the fact that our health is paying for that success. We can forget to achieve our personal goals but get swamped with those of our clients and bosses. Some of us even satisfy our coworkers more than we do ourselves. Moms can find it very easy to fix dinners and school runs and forget to fix the house in the process. It?s the overwhelm called life. This shuffling between too many goals, dreams, activities, and tasks is the reason several theories have been propounded on how we can stay organized.
If getting things done is your worry, then this book is for you. It?s hard to do things when we do not feel like it. Sometimes, this is not even about being lazy. It is about being overwhelmed. What if there was a method that made it possible for you to tackle every task, every project, every responsibility, and excel at all your roles? What if the method is way simple than you think? What if you do not have to constantly struggle with how to divide your time between your many activities?