Write a daily priority task list. Start each day with the first task on the list and do it until completed. Do only one task at a time. Group similar tasks together. Delegate generously and effectively. Screen calls and schedule telephone time for returning calls. Summarize and be brief with reports. Stick with a strict meeting agenda.
Disorganization. Inflexibility. Unrealistic time estimates. Indecisiveness. Perfectionism vs. Productivity, Poor recall and memory, misplaced items.
Do one corner at a time and keep it organized until the room is completely organized.
Analyze what you do organize well and adapt the same strategy to other areas which need organizing.
Review how you sort or classify information. Choose what is logical for you to facilitate retrieval of the information.
Be ruthless and get rid of items you do not use. Donate or sell items. If it is clothing and you haven't worn it in a year, chances are you won't, donate it.
It is easier to put things back right after you use it then to wait. If you wait the piles become overwhelming.
Use baskets and containers to store loose items. Plastic containers which allow you to see your items are very helpful.
Open shelves and organizers are great if you organize visually.