What is causing this resistance to getting myself organized?
It’s my reluctance to change a habit. And, this is one habit I need to amend. It would help me to do so.
Yet, once again, my monkey mind wants to get in the way~
My friend Marie Forleo likes to say, ‘If it’s not written down it’s not real!’
The great thing about getting things down on paper, is that you’ve already begun to get the ball rolling in the right direction.
It gets it off the table — gets the clutter of so many ideas out of your mind to make space for new thoughts.
Write. It. Down. Make it a habit.
For instance, before you go to bed at night jot down 5 things you want to accomplish the next day. Then, as you accomplish them
cross them off.
By writing things down, you’re taking baby steps toward accomplishing your goal –The Big Picture*.
What is ‘The Big Picture’?
It’s where you envision yourself-in the long run.
Can you see the end result, the destination?
It’s what Cameron Herold referred to in a recent interview. He said, ‘It’s that little movie in your head of what you want your life to look like.’ You write the script, produce it, direct it and YOU’RE the star.
Ask yourself: In order to get there, what are the steps I need to take?
When you write things down, you’re solving a solution to your own problem.
Which helps you learn how to solve other peoples problems.
It’s what people are looking for…Solutions to Problems.
One of my favorite quotes is by the Chinese Taoist philosopher Lao Tzu…
‘The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.’
Make it your mantra…W…I…D. Write It Down!
What are YOU going to accomplish tomorrow/today? Leave me a comment below.