The Right Approach –
Most people will never achieve their goals, simply because their approach is to try and then give up as soon as it starts to get challenging.
Most people don’t want to do any learning, growing, or changing – let along all three.
If you’ve got a goal and you find yourself momentarily stuck – check yourself and your approach.
Are you willing to learn, grown and change?
Showing Up –
Successful living is about learning to balance your life out.
Everything you are and experience in your life is a direct result from your approach. Your approach to life is essentially your decision about what you believe to be true and how you go about your life.
Be consistent with your approach to life.
Show up, put the effort in and get your approach lined up.
Your habits don’t begin with your actions, they begin with the decisions you make and think about, agree with and reinforce every day.
Your actions need to align with your decision and thinking process – consistently.
The level of consistency you apply also makes a difference.
What you expect to receive in life is what you experience in life.
It doesn’t matter what you say out loud or do in action, it is the energy behind it that determines the results.
- It is easy and natural for me to (your desired goal outcome, who will you be and what will you be doing)
- (Action step for your goal) is easy for me to learn, be and do.
- I am willing to learn, grown, and change along the way, as I (Your goal)
- I am (positive description) and (2nd positive description) (your desired outcome)
- I feel the relief and joy viscerally.
- I am free to (Who you want to become)
- I talk about (You with goal achieved) in a large, appreciative way.
- It is easy for me to attract (your desired results)
- Everything and everyone for what I want is lined up and rolling in.
- My confidence shines every time I (action that relates to your goal.
- I feel good doing (activities relating to your goal)
- I courageously (activities relating to your goal)
- I feel good doing (Activities relation to your goal)
- I courageously (activities relating to your goal)
Approach + Consistency +Expectation = Goal Achieved
Focus on 1 thing at a time. “He who chases 2 rabbits catches none!”
Eliminate distractions – ex social media, open door, tv on etc.
- Purposefully eliminate distractions
- Be strategic about phone notifications.
Take some time out to calm your mind.
- Clean up and wrap up details. What task can you finish up so it isn’t hanging over your head anymore?
Organization – Part 2
Going a little deeper into how we can become best organized.
- Picking certain days and times that we are going to do the goals that we had set out for us. So this may look like specific time blocking where we say on “Monday” from 9-10am I am going to the gym. Every Monday. OR general time blocking on Mondays from 8-10am I am working on emails, and return business phones call.
- Being proactive and setting up these times will help you to stay focused and realize there is a light at the end of your tunnel for whatever you are working on.
- When looking at how you want to be organized and looking at your calendar specifically it is good to set yourself up with some standards as to what you want your day/calendar/life to look like. How do these line up with your organizational goals?
- Lastly, when organizing your life do what you can to automate as much as possible, so you can have the time to work on the things that are most important.
Organization seems to be the one thing that so many of us want in your lives, but just keep grasping for and almost always falling out of reach.
Below I have a few tips for you on how to get it, and keep it going.
Start by making goals for the areas of your life that are important to you.
For me those areas are:
- My mind (Spirituality)
- My body
- My family and lastly
- My relationships with others
You may laugh a little at that last one but its important to know where you want to go with certain people in your life. Re-evaluating relationships is never a bad thing, having goals for those relationships is even better.
Secondly, a routine! Creating a routine that you can actually follow is so important to making organization happen in your life.
Without a routine things are chaotic and generally not organized. ;o)
Thirdly, see if you can find an accountability partner that you can share these organization plans, goals and dreams with. Someone that will daily, or weekly check in with you and see or hear about what is happening and what things look like. Note: You want some regularity in your check-ins with your partner. Otherwise you can laps, or get sloppy faster then you realize.
One of the last things that I want to talk about with organization is choosing a few things each day 2 or 3 to start that will help you to reach your organization ideal. These should be the first few things you do every morning before anything else is done!
Welcome to your journey of Organization!
I’d love to hear what some of your thoughts and ideas are on how you get started, how you conquer, and how you grow in organization!
Till next time –
The Mama Tidbits
Next Monday we will be doing part 2 of the series on organization!