As a professor, it is essential to have one place in your office that is your “in-box” for all incoming physical items. For example, all your incoming mail, items to review from colleagues, letters to sign for students, paperwork to process for projects, etc. — all needs one and only one place to go (or be collected). The key idea to start with is that you need to designate and use limited locations (bins) for collecting the incoming items and then process daily what is in those bins. So, in this article, let’s talk about how to process (handle, deal with, etc.) your in-box — each day!Consider the following suggestions for processing your physical “in-boxes.”Make sure your physical in-box container is large. Place it in a prominent place on your desk. Note: This means you have to have an open flat spot on your desk or a nearby credenza or shelf where you can safely place your in-box; more on that in other articles!) Start by placing EVERYTHING in the in-box (regardless of whether it is a piece of paper, a notebook, a folder, a bill, a picture, whatever). Everything that needs to be processed needs to go into your… Read full this story
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