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Rewards

Personal organization and stress levels are directly proportional

West Orange Church highway sign
who must we be inside to make such bold claims?

 

Personal organization and stress levels are directly proportional.

Bold claim?

Anyone, anywhere, can make bold claims.

It’s providing proof that’s challenging.

To which one might suggest, reflect back on our life…

And decide for ourself.

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Day To Day

The truth is, being organized comes with a price

Holy Family Catholic Church evert, Orlando, Florida
Speaking engagements are varied and numerous

 

The truth is, being organized comes with a price.

And there’s a price for not being organized.

If we have to pay, why not buy the better product?

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Carving Out A Life

As if Baby Boomers need a reminder for this hq BFO

large rock with large with  large silver number 5 on it
HQ, the paperwork of life, one of Life’s 5 Big Choices

 

As if Baby Boomers need a reminder for this hq BFO – blinding flash of the obvious:

The paperwork of life doesn’t stop until we die.

Being decently organized is the best strategy for handling the constant unplanned events in life.

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This month I’m inviting the Mid Life Celebration community to follow all five daily blogs about work life balance. It couldn’t be easier to go from this HQ blog to the mental attitude blog , just click -> go to Next Blog

 

 

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Rewards

Build your personal organization foundation on rock

Bourbon Street
what’s that in their hands? Drumsticks on the right and a H.A.B. on the left
the devil
look familiar… life’s meant to be enjoyed, right?
brighter future
what lies behind us is the past… keep moving forward

Build your personal organization foundation on rock. This may take years, even decades. But the end is how people will remember you. Be an example, not a warning.

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He's Just Nutty

What if we thought differently about personal organization?

Very little happens overnight… usually years, decades, to get done, and to get undone.

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What if we thought differently about personal organization?

What would we lose from our sense of security and our comfort zone?

What might we gain that is beyond our wildest imagination?

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