ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS - PERSONAL SUCCESS TRAINING PROGRAM: CONCLUSION
WRAPPING UP AND COURSE SUMMARY
Wow, the time sure has passed by very quickly. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to share such treasure with you. I really hope that this labour of love will find its way to those who need it the most; in the same manner as it has found its way to me!
Mastering “Self” before trying to master anything else in life, is the most rewarding and satisfying project that we can ever hope to embark on. You matter just as much as the next person, and you owe it to yourself to make your life as simple as possible; to be as proactive as possible; so begin by creating the” best space around you, then share it with others.
In time you will see how much you have grown and how much you will have benefitted by merely changing your attitude towards yourself.
Blessings, love and light.
COURSE SUMMARY AND SOME WORDS FROM THE WISE
Module one: Getting Started
“Don’t agonise – Organise”. - Florence Kennedy.
Module Two: Remove the Clutter
“Out of clutter, find simplicity”. - Albert Einstein.
Module Three: Prioritise
“The Key is not to prioritise what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities”. - Steven Covey.
Module Four: Scheduling Your Time
“Prioritise, if you can’t get to do everything or do everything at once, that’s okay”. - Julie Chen
Module Five: To Do Lists
“Nothing is as fatiguing as the eternal hanging of an uncompleted task”. - William James
Module Six: Paper and Paperless Storage
“A place for everything; and everything in its place”. - Benjamin Franklin
Module Seven: Organisation in your work area
“Happiness is the real sense of fulfilment that comes from hard work”. - Joseph Barbara
Module Eight: Tools to Fight Procrastination
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible”. - Catholic Saint Frances of Assisi.
Module Nine: Organising Your Inbox
“Have a time and place for everything, and do everything in its time and place; and you will not only accomplish more, but have more leisure than those who are always hurrying”. - Tyron Edwards
Module Ten: Avoid the Causes of Disorganisation
“There is a huge stress with disorganisation and there is also a cost to being disorganised”. - Carolee Cannata
Module Eleven: Discipline is key to staying organised
“When it lies in our power to do; it lies in our power not to do”! - Aristotle
“The most self-rewarding task in my life, is shaping my pathway; keeping my energy field free from clutter, and all negativity, so that I am able to thrive on a daily basis in all my undertakings”. - Tania Padley
What are your personal “Words of Wisdom” going to be?