According to an poll referring to stress and clutter, only 6% (846 people) of the pollsters say their home is clutter free. What else does the poll reveal?

About 20% (2725 people) have a little bit of clutter but nothing too personally embarrassing.

In the rest of the clutter survey, about 37% (4962 people) have clutter in their home and they only clean up when they know somebody is coming over. Getting rid of clutter for these people seems to be a less stressful event than the last category of poll participants.

About 35% (4736) feel so overwhelmed by their clutter, they don’t know where to begin organizing and cleaning. How do you relate to these 4 groups of clutter pollsters?

Let’s apply the poll results to clutter in your workplace. When it comes to an employee’s (or you as the boss or manager) organizational habits at work, cluttering may actually be costing you time and money.

You can do something about it and reduce inefficiency at the office. This might require needing to get help from a decluttering professional.

A decluttering professional supportively helps people develop organizational skills. As an employee clutterer, decluttering can gain the appreciation and respect of your boss or manager. If you are a boss or manager that clutters, you might consider getting help for this habit. In the long run, decluttering can save you time, money and frustration. It can also improve your company’s credibility for professionalism.

Those employees at work who declutter may be seen as more effective workers. This might make jobs more secure for them.

Declutterers discover how to worry less and be more productive. This can help them develop a more secure feeling of self-worth, peacefulness and inner happiness. When work can be done more effectively and efficiently, this helps everyone do a better job.

Focusing or concentrating on what clutterers can’t do may actually be considered a form of hypnosis. There is nothing mysterious or magical about this normal and natural nervous system phenomenon.

We hypnotize ourselves regularly throughout the day. It’s a function of using our body and mind’s memory system.

When you focus and concentrate on an idea, that’s an example of expressing a strong emotion. Almost anytime you express a strong emotion, you are also hypnotizing yourself. After you’ve hypnotized yourself, suppose you suggest believing a forward moving and supportive idea. Doing so, you improve goal achievement effectiveness.

But, if you believe hyper-critical or unfairly judgmental thoughts while hypnotized, you may be holding yourself back in life. Purposely hypnotizing yourself and thinking constructive thoughts helps you maximize how to do well in life.

Beverly Taylor, a hypnotherapist, has done a lot of research about cluttering. On the positive side, Ms. Taylor’s research confirms that using hypnosis helps people declutter.

Workplace managers who do NOT hoard, but want improved workplace productivity, can make things better. By understanding the hoarding habit and working with it, you can improve how effectively your staff works, even with hoarders. Working with hoarders to help them develop organizational skills can save time, money and frustration for you and your clutterer employees.

Effective work productivity includes being organized. But for clutterers, this might be challenging. Beverly Keyes Taylor, also known as the Clean Up Queen, can help you let go of the cluttering habits.

Beverly inspires people to feel comfortable decluttering. Getting her book called Clutter to Clarity: The Easy Key to Organizing is a great organizational tool. She has other programs revolving around developing the decluttering skill. You can find out about them here:

When it comes to your workplace, would you love getting some spring cleaning decluttering done? Then I recommend you check out Beverly’s programs. Following her techniques and methods, clutterers can finally discover how to let go and feel comfortable in an organized office environment.

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