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There’s a difference between organized chaos, which many claim they thrive in, and just chaos. People who work in a messy space are less likely to finish the same amount of workload than a person working in a clean space.

It makes sense because your mind is a reflection of your environment. Misplaced papers and things falling off the desk are distractions that take you away from whatever you’re doing, and stop your momentum at work. To avoid that, you have to have system in place to keep you organized and zen.

While there are a lot of ways to organize your external environment, you also have to calm the mess and noise within. To help calm you down amid the pressure and stress that life may bring, here are some techniques you can try and article you can read up on.

  • To calm you down when you’re working or right before bed:

    • Piano songs to sleep – though it has a limited number of songs (only five), it helps me relax when I want to take a nap or a good night’s sleep. You can customize the time and play it on background too.


  • To organize your day, here some articles to guide you:

    • http://edition.cnn.com/2012/01/22/health/how-organize-your-mind/index.html

    • http://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/how-to-organize-your-brain-for-betterproductivity.html

    • http://www.simpletoremember.com/articles/a/organize-your-mind/

  • To help you write or keep a list:

    • Notebooks – there are a lot of covers to choose from and you can create different notebooks for all your writing needs. My fave feature is the text-to-speech function.


When our minds are distracted, we can’t be our best. That’s why we should stop multi-tasking and concentrate on doing just one thing and commit until we finish the task.