How Better Organization Can Combat Stress

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Any business owner at the head of a company that’s complex enough is going to have to deal with stress on a day-to-day basis. Stress can be a great motivator, and sometimes a necessary consequence of pushing for the results that you really want, but if you’re feeling it every day, then you need to look at what you can do to manage it. Organization may play a bigger role in helping you fight that stress than you might think. Here’s how.

Know your schedule

First of all, if you’re not tracking all of your appointments and your time-sensitive projects with the help of a schedule or a planner, then it only makes sense that you might feel like you’re on your back foot half the time, reacting to suddenly rising events instead of having the time to prepare for them. There are tons of great scheduling apps out there that can give you much more control of your day.

Prioritize your work

It’s easy to feel like your plate is constantly full of urgent tasks that you have to complete, but the truth is that not all of those tasks are going to be as important as the others. With the help of a priority matrix, as shown at, you can get a better idea of which tasks you should really be focusing your time on, as well as which can wait, be delegated, or handled differently. Combine this with the schedule above and you can create time blocks for your day, that give you a good idea of how you’re going to spend the entire workday.

Get visualizations of complex systems

For workplaces that build complex systems of various machines, hardware, and technologies working together, trying to track the workflow, to find where improvements can be made and where bottlenecks can be avoided, is vital. To that end, you might want to look at the Internet of things, and in particular, digital twin solutions like those shown at You can work with a digital visualization of the system you’re trying to organize, making it a lot easier to see how it all works together, and how you can make moves to improve it.

Map out your projects

Projects and the tasks within them might feel like a more abstract version of the systems mentioned above, but they can be visualized in much the same way. Project management tools like can help you lay out what tasks are necessary to complete a project, who is in charge of it, and you can even collaborate with your workers so that they’re able to report on each step so that you can always see where the project is and where it might need a little extra attention if it’s slowing.

Organization helps you get a much better idea of the day laid out before you, where you’re spending your time and can help you keep on top of the complexities of how your business runs a lot easier. Look at how you can better organize your time and your business.

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