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Special Organizing Tips - what if you loose your cell phone?

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Cell phones - you can't live without them. You don't leave home without them and if you drive out and realize that you have left your cell phone at home, you immediately turn back to fetch it. You find ways to keep them as close to your body as possible and you simply can't imagine how you existed before (without your cell phone).  

They house all the important telephone numbers for your clients, friends and family members right?

Well what happens if you should loose your cell phone with all those important telephone numbers? Would you be able to function? Would you be able to remember most of those numbers? Most people are unable to do so.
Be pro-active. Here is a Special Organizing tip that will help you to survive the loss of your cell phone.

 

 

Write it down somewhere else. Find a way to keep a manual record. We suggest that you write these telephone numbers down on a plain piece of paper and file it. Each time you enter new contact information in your cell phone, be sure to record it manually as well. If you want to take this even further, you may even record these numbers on your computer and email it to yourself for easy access.
Organize your thoughts ... write it! Oganized your activities ... do it!

Brought to you courtesy of Betty Scott, Getting You Organized, LLC www.gettingyouorganized.org

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