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File ManagementKeep Papers Under Control
Mail, faxes, email docs you need to print. Paper comes in everyday. Plan to toss some paper for each document you retrieve - and make space available for more.
Whenever you add a new sheet of paper to a file folder, go through the folder to see if an older paper can be discarded.
For instance, let's say you have a folder marked 'Electronics' in which you store all of your paperwork for each of the electronic items you own.
You're currently storing paperwork for the television set you've just gotten rid of, and you're ready to store paperwork for the new set you just purchased.
A good time to discard the old paperwork that is no longer of any use to you, is when you're ready to insert the new paperwork.
Weeding out, each time you open a file folder, helps reduce the amount of unnecessary paperwork in your files and your life.