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Building A Strong Foundation For Success!

Posted by on May 25, 2010

Organization is the solid foundation for starting and succeeding in any type of business.  It begins with your thoughts. Disorganized thoughts produce a cluttered mind; which results  in utter confusion and scattered work ethics. When your thoughts are organized, you have a clear mind, resulting in stability and sharp focus; which in turn spills over into your daily method of operations.

There are key procedures of organization that can affect your business in a major way.

Here are some examples:

  1.  Creating labels, folders and filters in your email, will prevent confusion in your inbox.

  2.  Having an email client that keeps all your accounts in one place is beneficial.

  3.  Copying and pasting all of your important information on to a word pad or note pad.

  4.  Saving frequently used information to your desktop will save you valuable time and effort.

  5.  Creating a Signature File not only helps keep you organized;  it is key in branding you                                       as a professional.

  6.  Creating folders and organizing your favorites alphabetically also benefit you.

Having an organized office, and or computer, will greatly enhance your performance and
time management skills;  taking your team and your business to a whole new level of success.

As a leader, you are setting the example for others.  If you do not strive to develop and perfect your
organizational skills, your ability to guide your team will be drastically impaired.  Without organization
nothing you do is duplicatable.

Once you have mastered the skill of organization, you can move forward with confidence building
your business. Self confidence arms you with the boldness needed to approach your target
market and promote your business with authority. You will be surprised at how people will respond
to your confidence and authority. When that happens your faith rises to a whole new level. Now you
are eager to learn and conquer something new, because you have finally attained that winning attitude
and you are on a never ending cycle of success.

Linda M Davis
Skype: kentucky-gal

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4 Responses to Building A Strong Foundation For Success!

  1. Nancy Radlinger

    Great article and you are so right – without the foundation being built you will struggle more – thanks for the post and look forward to your next post.

  2. Debbie Davis

    Thanks for all the tips on organization. I know this will make life much easier! Thanks for being a great friend.

  3. Moon Bala.

    Dear Linda,

    Happy Birthday To You Linda.
    Many Happy Returns of The day.
    Have Great Day Big Party.

    I have Read Your Blogg,Good Information to help people. I am very happy you are doing very well.
    you are going to be Good Coaching Leader very soon.
    Lots of Love to you.
    God Bless you. Shashi.

  4. Amy

    Thanks for all the tips on organization. I know this will make life much easier! Thanks for being a great friend.

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