Much as we want to, we know we can’t become entirely new people by waking up on a Monday morning ready to start fresh.
We can’t simply will ourselves to be who we want to be and have the transformation happen instantly.
We have to practice being who we want to become, while allowing time and process for the change to happen.
Too often, we let ourselves get away with excuses.
- I would keep up with the house, but it’s crazy here. The normal advice doesn’t work for me.
- I would make goals and plans, but my plans fall apart more often than they happen.
- I would love to make a plan, but my job is serving others, not setting my own projects & agendas.
- I would be organized, but it makes me cranky every time I’ve tried.
- I would be organized, but I have all these children that just mess it up.
Because we don’t start with our attitude and change our mindset first, we settle for quick fixes that don’t last. Or, worse, we settle for chaos and disorder.
Instead, learn to be responsive rather than reactive.
Learn how to slowly, steadily, and surely grow in
- love & care
- order & self-control
- consistency & confidence
- adaptability & flexibility
Tips and tricks to get organized may help you get things under control for a time, but lasting change that has a high impact on your life requires a paradigm shift.
Simplified Organization: Learning to Love What Must Be Done is an in-depth and rich course focused on improving our moods, our approach, and our mindset. Clear action steps guide you through setting up basic home structures to keep things from piling up, while the practical and engaging audio lessons walk you through recovering from chaos both within and without.
Being organized isn’t about looking put together. It’s about handling what life throws at you calmly, cooly, and collectedly.
- sit on the counter, neglected.
- don't help when the day goes haywire.
- take more time to make than to do.
- reflect our moods instead of our responsibilities.
We need better strategies.We need plans that
- center on our responsibilities rather than our aspirations.
- help us make intuitive choices about what to do next, even when we can't look at the list.
- never leave us feeling like a failure when all the boxes aren't checked.
- build habits that support us.