ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS : PERSONAL SUCCESS TRAINING PROGRAM - DAY ONE

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Greetings Core Spirit Family

As, I am very new to the world of sharing my spiritual gifts with others, I sometimes become a little overwhelmed with thoughts of “am I doing the right thing here?”.

The reason why I feel overwhelmed is because I am not following any guide books, am doing what I am doing from the depth of My Soul. I am allowing my own Intuition to Guide me along my own pathway on Mother Earth.

I am of the Universe and the Universe is of me! I have made a choice to share My Truths with the world with the hope of sharing enlightenment; with the hope of encouraging others to find their niche and to share, as I am doing with absolute abandon and love in their heart.

I would love to share another course that has assisted me within my personal journey to become my highest and best; and to ensure that everything I embark on is done with “My Best Ability”. 

To be my best, I need to continuously allow myself to grow. To grow, one must learn new things, create new disciplines and most of all; continue to challenge “Self”.

Am sharing another course for the duration of this month in line with the post Covid 19 drive’ called Organisational Skills from Courses for Success.

May these tools be as beneficial to your life as it is to mine.

Blessings, love and light

DAY ONE: GETTING STARTED

Good organisational skills can prove beneficial in many areas of life, including personal and business areas.

Organisation can increase a person’s general productivity, project management, and can even affect your memory and retention skills. These skills are not acquired overnight, it will take a lot of hard work and practice. But with a little guidance and the right tools, anyone can learn to stop hunting for missing things and become better organised.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

• Examine current habits and routines that are not organised.

• Learn to prioritise your time and schedule your daily tasks.

• Determine ways of storing information and supplies.

• Learn to organise your personal workspace.

• Learn to resist procrastination.

• Make plans to remain organised in the future.

UNIT ONE: REMOVE THE CLUTTER

One of the hardest parts about getting organised is going through and getting rid of things that cause distractions and takes up space!

When you find yourself among the stacks and piles of stuff, it can seem overwhelming; but by taking one step at a time and by remembering to breathe, you can begin to de-clutter your life and begin your path to successful organisation.

JUST DO IT!

Sometimes we feel overwhelmed about taking on the task of removing clutter and tend to make excuses as to why it doesn’t get done. We just claim that we don’t have time or that there is too much to do at once.

We have to “Just do it”, and we have to throw away our excuses and dive right in!

Make a plan on how you can get started, such as making ‘Cleaning Calendar’, or choosing a specific area to start on.

Stick with your plan until the job is complete. Do not let the same excuses hinder your success!

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO KEEP EVERYTHING

In reality, we can throw away over half of our saved documents or items without feeling a sense of withdrawal or consequences.

Go through the clutter in order to clarify what you are holding onto that is useful to you right now; and rid yourself of anything that does not have a clear purpose for moving forward.

Once you have removed the items you no longer have the use for; you are no longer wasting time on useless clutter. Instead you are developing better organisation for the things you have kept.

ASK YOURSELF

• Am I going to use this in the near future?

• When was the last time I used this?

• If I keep this, what is it organised into?

THREE BOXES: KEEP; DONATE; TRASH

The three box method forces a decision to be made about each item you touch as you work your way through the clutter.

Pick up an item, one at a time and actually take the time to think about what you are going to do with it. Try not to release the item until a decision has been made!

BOX ONE – ITEMS TO KEEP

Only keep the items that have value and meaning to you (heirlooms, special gifts).

BOX TWO – ITEMS TO DONATE

This box is for items you longer need or want. This box can be donated, just as long as it leaves the clutter!

BOX THREE – TRASH

This box is for the things that you don’t want and you cannot donate. Once this box is full, remove it from the area right away; and don’t give it a second glance.

ASK YOURSELF

• What do I need to put in there?

• Where would this be better suited?

• Will it be in my way / will it contribute to the clutter?

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