If you’re looking to grow your business in 2018 and beyond, you need to get started in the right way.

To get the massive growth you’re hoping for in the coming years, you should make sure your business is organized.

This is easier for a large business and a huge budget — and hundreds (or thousands) of employees — plus plenty of time to dedicate to staying organized.

But how can you make sure your small business is in order when you’re strapped for cash and you only have a few employees?

Well, I’ve been there before.

I know the pain of fighting desperately against the disorganization that affects every small business.

And I know that even if you’re using the best tools to grow your business, success can lag if you aren’t putting the right things in place to make sure you’re growing.

Here’s how to stay organized in 2018 and beyond.

1. Manage your office space and storage

To get started, you need to make sure your physical surroundings are neat and organized.

This ensures that you’re able to perform at your highest level. In many ways, the organization of your entire company is determined by how organized your desk is.

To start with, make sure everything has a specific place, even if that place is in a pile of papers on your desk.

2. Go paperless

If you want to reduce the clutter and management that are associated with all the papers you need to keep up with, it might be time to go paperless.

This means that, instead of keeping track of dozens of files and folders all the time, you just reduce everything to digital scans of the most important documents.

If you’re going to try this, you need a way to quickly scan documents on the fly so you don’t struggle to keep up with the workload.

CamScanner is a great app for scanning your bills and other papers quickly and easily.

CamScanner allows you to keep the files in the app, but you can also transfer them to your computer.

If you need to share these files with a team of individuals, I recommend keeping your archived files in a program like Dropbox.

3. Improve your workspace for increased productivity

If you’re going to make progress with your business, you need to create an environment that supports that vision.

There are a few proven techniques that can help you get more out of your workspace.

Believe it or not, by adding a few plants around your office, you can increase productivity by 15% through improved concentration.

You’ll also get a boost by using a standing desk and cleaning up your cables.

These techniques help you stay energized and focused without the distractions that come from a cluttered workplace.

4. Improve your scheduling system

If you have frequent meetings, video chats, or windows for others to schedule times to work with you, you need a way to manage those time blocks effectively.

Most people tend to use back-and-forth emailing and calendar invites to schedule events like this.

But the continuous adjustment of schedules can be taxing and a waste of time.

Now you’re ready for 2020

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