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Organizing For Persuasion

Feb 6, 2008
"Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity." -Albert Einstein

I did something very interesting and almost enjoyable over the weekend. It's enjoyable for me today, but in retrospect, it was kind of a difficult process. I did a major fall cleaning of my whole office and got everything reorganized and put together nicely. It actually reminded me for some strange reason of my childhood and it reminded me of a lot of things that I haven't done which I would like to do. I would say it was kind of a difficult process in terms of action and motivation, but sitting in a much more organized office today is definitely worth the effort.

If for any reason you haven't done an office (or basement, or attic, or automobile) reorganization in a very long time you might just look at what this might do to help you. If you'll open yourself up to it, you can allow that process to also be a process for your life. What is it that you want to do with your life and how do you want to get there?

The world seems to be on fast forward. Work, family, things (books, electronics, other things we accumulate), can often overwhelm us. Having a lot on my plate is partially responsible for my office not being as organized as I would have liked for it to be all this time.

What happens is, when you have so much that you're focusing in on on a daily basis, I think it's almost counter intuitive, or at least it has been for me. We spread ourselves so thin with passing attention to one thing or another. This acceleration, I believe, may be hindering us from giving the attention necessary to the important things in life.

Something I'm going to be introducing soon involves the universe system. My goal is to create a quarterly review which will help to streamline our universes into a daily review of the top things we're working on making it easier focus on the things we're looking to manifest.

When we achieve clarity, amazing results abound. With systematic organization of our work spaces, our lives, our thought processes, we can have breakthrough after breakthrough in our ability to grow and persuade.
About the Author
Kenrick Cleveland teaches strategies to earn the business of wealthy prospects using persuasion. He runs public and private seminars and offers home study courses and coaching programs in persuasion strategies.
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