Organization can assist in the successful achievement of a goal. To successfully execute each goal, the level of priority must be identified. For instance, if you have dreams of moving into a new apartment and buying a car you must first assess which goal is more important. I would think moving into a new place would be your first priority but that ultimately depends on the person. Once you have established your first goal to tackle, you can make a list of all the steps it would take to meet that goal. Each step will help you remain on track and help you measure your progress, toward that goal. For instance, if your goal were to move into a new place, I would list all of the things that need to be addressed before going to view any apartments. First thought would be: 1. how much can I afford to pay for a new apartment? 2. How many bedrooms do I need? 3. Is my credit score good enough to get any apartment I see? Once you answer these questions you will be able to identify how much you can afford to spend and where, you should be looking for apartments. This may sound easy but at times you can get lead astray about what you should be looking for because you can become attracted to apartments that are “too good to be true” or out of your price range. Moreover, Once you are able to identify what is most important to you it becomes a little easier to tackle your goals. Once you start exploring what technique works for you to organize yourself it will make life decisions a little easier to tackle.
The topic of organization works in conjunction with promoting change thoughts and behaviors because we will be able to identify the flaws in your thoughts. Furthermore, organization will help you fill in the gaps in your thought process. Organization is not an easy to incorporate into the daily movements because it may not be something you are familiar with but you can achieve it with consistency, patience and motivation. Are you practicing organization in your life?
Thought of the day:
“An idea can only become a reality once it is broken down into organized, actionable elements.” ― Scott Belsky.