Meditation: Ready for an Inner Spring Cleaning?
Affirmation: I know that I can master anything!
Pilates: The First 15 Exercises
What an amazing call!!! I can’t wait for you to listen and take notes. Diane was brilliant in her delivery of tools and resources we can use to get us started on decluttering our space to declutter our minds. We are going to go a little further to now “chunk down” the task of decluttering. Read below to help you get organized and take baby steps towards decluttering our space.
Diane Anthony – Professional Organizer
Ready to De-Clutter? Don’t get overwhelmed. Chunk it down…
How to Chunk It Down
There are several ways to figure out the action steps you will need to take to accomplish any goal. One is to consult with people who have already done what you want to do and ask what steps they took. From their experience, they can give you all of the necessary steps as well as advice on what pitfalls to avoid.
Another way is to purchase a book or manual that outlines the process.
Yet another way is to start from the end and look backward. You simply close your eyes and imagine that it is now the future and you have already achieved your goal. Then just look back and see what you had to do to get to where you now are. What was the last thing you did? And then the thing before that, and then the thing before that, until you arrive at the first action you had to start with.
Remember that it is okay not to know how to do something.
It’s okay to ask for guidance and advice from those who do know. Sometimes you can get it free, and sometimes you have to pay for it. Get used to asking,“Can you tell me how to go about…?” and “What would I have to do to…?” and “How did you…?”
Keep researching and asking until you can create a realistic action plan that will get you from where you are to where you want to go.
What will you need to do? How much money will you need to save or raise? What new skills will you need to learn? What resources will you need to mobilize? Who will you need to enroll in your vision? Who will you need to ask for assistance? What new disciplines or habits will you need to build into your life?
- Make a “to do” list that includes a completion date
- Identify 1-5 things you must accomplish daily, take action the most important one first
- Plan your day the night before, so your subconscious mind can work on these tasks before you actually work on them
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