There are three strategies that can make your organizing efforts more successful.
It begins with taking a look at organizing from a psychological, social and tactical aspect.
Here’s a quick intro to get you started:
It’s extremely important that mentally you start out with a positive outlook and you maintain that throughout. Feeding your mind healthy thoughts is good for the brain and helps sustain your motivation. Using your mind to envision your outcome is also important by staying focused on the “outcome.”
We are humans and we’re not designed to do things alone. Having a support system is critical to your well-being. A mentor, friend, coach, peer, someone that you can openly and honestly talk to and receive feedback and pointers from is the key to following through.
Having an organizing plan that you can execute with confidence can make a huge difference with how you manage your time. Make sure you understand how to declutter, sort and organize in the most efficient manner.
All three strategies play an important role separately and collectively. Through the process of getting organized you may find yourself bouncing from one to the other for strength. endurance and stability.
Remember, organizing can be something you just “do” or it can be a lifestyle. It all depends upon how you choose to look at it.