Do you have important information at your finger tips?

There are times when you need information at your finger tips. Hence it is important to classify all the information you need on a day to day, week to week, or month to month basis and constantly record and update them so that you can retrieve them in less than 2 minutes time.

Here are some key steps to achieve that:

  1. Identify and make a list of information you will require
  2. In the first month it will be better to make up an initial list and add to it as you go by-examples: Your bank address, your credit card payment information, your bank balance, your dues, telephone numbers, frequent flier number---
  3. Decide where you will record them-PDA, cell phone, small pad ---
  4. Update constantly

Try these strategies and you will never be at loss for want of an information.

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