I feel the most important thing a person can do to achieve a rewarding and successful sense of self is to have order in one's life. Setting and writing down goals on a daily basis helps to make a person become and remain organized. People are not genetically endowed with organized skills, but with hard work it is a talent anyone can successful attain in life. Growing one’s organizing skills can increase productivity. In business, it is risky to be unorganized. An unorganized life leads to poor time management. Not having the proper organization skills puts one at danger for losing documents, misplacing valuable client contact information, forgetting important meetings, or appointments and suffering from a perpetual messy desk. Being organized means not creating chaos. This also means never leaving something where it does not belong, whether it is a drink you sit next to your couch as you watch television, or a bill that needs to be paid and filed. Everything should have a place where it is kept. An organized person is in control of their life, constantly aware of what they need to be doing with scheduled goals in view. As a current student of LeMoyne-Owen College I utilize the organization skills I have developed to complete dual studies of Bachelors in Business and an Advanced International Organizing Professional (AIOP®) certification. I strive to live an organized life and would like to help you achieve the same.