GFD in Organize Magazine

Organize MagazineSeveral months ago I was contacted by Organize Magazine to write an article for their new magazine. I’m happy to announce that it’s been published and included in the most recent edition. The article is titled “Financial Files-Your Money Minder” and describes how to set up a binder containing critical financial information. It’s a great way to establish and maintain an overall 50,000-foot level view of your finances.

Due to the nature of the magazine publishing industry and space constraints it was necessary to shorten the original article so the published version is only a fraction of what I originally wrote. I’m planning on posting the whole original article which has a lot more detail and explanation concerning how to set up your financial binder. In the meantime check out the published version.

Organize Magazine is a new publication that, you guessed it, tackles the issue of organization in great depth. Even though it’s a new magazine they’ve already interviewed some major personalities including best-selling author and host of the TLC show Clean Sweep Peter Walsh as well as Sherri Shepherd host of The View. I’ve been very impressed with the magazine and had a great time working with them.

Organize Magazine: Financial Files-Your Money Minder

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23 Comments to “GFD in Organize Magazine”

  1. SMB Says:

    I just subscribed to Organize Magazine! I haven’t found it on newsstands, so I’m sort of taking a chance with it, but it sounded right up my alley. I look forward to reading your article.

  2. Harrington Brooks Says:

    Congratulations, that is quite an achievement

  3. Jodi Says:

    Hey this is a great article! I’d love to see the full one. I have implemented a lot of these ideas in different places (computer, file cabinet, palm pilot, etc.) But this is relly helpful to have oulined exactly what we should have in there and have it all in one binder so it’s easy to find in case anything happens to you. Congrats on getting it in the magazine!

  4. Jason Mathew Says:

    First of all congratulation for such a great achievement. It is such an informative article which provides a lot of information. Wish to see the full version of it, and hope to see it soon.

  5. Tom Says:

    That’s awesome and that would be a dream of mine. Keep up the great work!

  6. Aaron Stroud Says:

    Congratulations and well done. I just found your blog and I like what I’ve seen so far.

  7. Retirement Planning Says:

    Congratulations and best of luck for future!

  8. Mark Nelson Says:

    Nice article. I have found (like your article) people need to be given the exact steps to take on different projects. When you tell them what they need to keep for record keeping that need to be told make a file for this, make another file for this, and so on.

    They probably need to be told where to store it also.

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  10. Wealth for investors Says:

    Wow great work.. I wish i was a better writer so i could be published in a magazine.
    Hope to see it soon!

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    Your information seems to help others which is related to finance.We all are hoping for the next publication i hope you provide more information about critical finance information.

  12. Rick Says:

    Congratulations and all the best for future!

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  14. Raj Says:

    Finally a great note on how organization skills can be applied to help people with financial concerns. I work for an organization that is focused on designing a tool that effectively gets debtors into a healthier financial status. The recurring issue from talking to people who struggle with credit cards and mortgage payments is their inability to get even an initial handle on the problem. Is there a good source of information out there for “financial clutter control”?

    Thanks and all the best,

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