The Importance of Organization

Michael Walters

Mon Sep 21 2020 | 4 Minute Read


Key Takeaways


Take Time to Organize

Whether it be events, general to-dos or even the physical space around you, taking the time to organize can save you large amounts of time and stress later down the road. Being able to immediately know where everything you may need at any given moment will bring you a sense of preparedness that would otherwise be unattainable.

Stress Reduction

Take a moment to think back to the last time you couldn't find something that you wanted at that moment. The amount of time and frustration it took for you to find it is unrecoverable; affording you less time to accomplish your goals all while leaving you in a worse mood. Knowing that you can have what you need, when you need it, gives you the ease of mind that no matter what issues may come up, whether they be in your personal or musical life, you'll always be prepared to overcome them without even thinking about it. 

Being able to hold myself accountable is personally my favorite reason to have an organized workspace around me. Organizing is such a helpful idea in my life that when I see something within my workspace, I'll go as far to build something to give me the organizational capabilities I'm otherwise lacking. Whether that be more desk space, or a simple place to put all my pens and pencils. Without a doubt, transforming my personal workspace into an organized, peaceful setting has been the single most beneficial thing I have done to boost my productivity and reduce nagging stress.  Same goes for digital workspace as well; organizing your phone, your computer desktop and file spaces will allow you to access what you need when you need it, thus boosting productivity.

Organizing Time

Although you may not typically think of your time as needing to be organized, it may be one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Having a dedicated planner or calendar will provide you with instant access to any and all future dates you need to know about. This helps you to better maintain your commitments, meet your deadlines, and keep yourself accountable for anything you may have told yourself you’re going to do, but never quite get around to doing. 

Many people are attending school right now, and a common theme I continue to see is people not having a single place to view all of their assignments. They end up spread out over multiple pages, and in some cases, even move multiple websites, leading to missed deadlines, opportunities, and an overall worse educational experience. Organizing your time and commitments into a single, manageable place, lets you see at a glance everything you need to have done. Cloud Music Suite’s centralized platform brings everything in your music life into one manageable, organized dashboard.

These principles also can be applied to your musical goals. Planning out your day and organizing your workspace affords you the ability to have time to practice and keeps you accountable for making progress towards your goals during the practice times you’ve set aside. 

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