Hooray! We hope you enjoyed the 3-Day Challenge!
We’ve included all 3 Videos from our 3 Day Challenge below–along with the associated links to some wonderful support resources. 🙂
And remember, these 3 videos were part of our original “7-Day Organize-Your-Mind” Challenge. All 7 videos are inside the free Facebook group, so if you’re still feeling motivated after today, you’re welcome to watch the rest of them to continue on with your organizational journey!
Video #1: Create Space Before Setting Goals
In this video, I’m sharing why it’s important to clear out the clutter in order to create a foundation for the new year. Your assignment is to clear out one small physical area (like a drawer!) that you use every day.
If you’d like more support, you can listen to this podcast: The “Clean-A-Drawer” Challenge and check out this printable PDF: Steps to a Clean Drawer
Celebrate and post photos on this post in the free LearnDoBecome Community Facebook group.
Video #2: Commit to Your Calendar
The goal for this challenge is to make sure your calendar is working optimally for you. A clean, mostly-open, functional calendar is the foundation for an organized mind.
I’m sharing 3 key principles in the video, and you can find more support in this post: Three Easy Ideas to Help You Love Your Calendar.
*Select ONE place/calendar to record where you need to BE each day (all your meetings and appointments).
*Then create a different layer of your calendar (either an additional digital calendar OR a different color of ink) for events, reminders, etc.
*Finally, identify one place to record date-specific tasks.
Click here for the community Facebook discussion to read how others are implementing this!
Video #3: Build a Solid Routines List
When I first created my official “Routines List,” it felt like I’d freed up 25% of my brain. (This activity is THAT powerful.) Even if you think you don’t have routines–or that you’re too busy to actually write them down, I want you to take this challenge seriously, okay?
Your assignment: Create your own routines list (type it out or get a piece of paper). Record daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly things that you do over and over and again. This is a list you will review weekly. Keep your routines HERE–instead of on your daily “to do” list.
More support can be found in this podcast: A Fun, Logical Way to Set Up Your Routines List!
Click here for the Facebook Community Discussion!
P.S. While this is the end of our “official” challenge, please make sure you stay connected with us here at LearnDoBecome! Here are a couple of options for you:
(1) If you’re thinking now is the time to join our official “Steps to Everyday Productivity” program, we’d LOVE to have you! Check out this link for details. (There’s a link to sign up for our free class at the top of that page!)
(2) If you just want to stay connected with us (which we hope you do!), please visit our “Connect” page and make sure you sign up for our emails, subscribe to our podcast and YouTube channel, and follow our other social media channels. We are here for you, and we have an outstanding community ready to welcome you with open arms.