Benefits Of Being Organised
Often we hear people saying the secret to their success is: either their organisational skills/time keeping or their drive.
All of these are right and in simplistic terms whatever works for each individual.
I have previously touched on time and drive, so today I thought I’d talk about being organised?
But what are the benefits?
Again, depending on what we are after or our profession, being organised could mean or manifest differently like having systems in place, or being on time, following up or simply getting things done.
I am listing 5 top benefits of being organised in my experience.
1. Peace of mind! I dislike the idea of overcomplicating my life, so I schedule EVERYTHING and stick to that schedule unless I must change it. Having a clear idea lf what I am doing frees me from any of the stresses I may encounter during the day AND it keeps stress itself away.
2. A sense of achievement, it doesn’t matter how big or small a task, if a plan goes as planned it just feels amazing and motivated you to do even more.
3. Frees time for other activities, knowing what to do and when and sticking to that plan means you are time rich, you won’t waste a second unnecessarily and ALL your time will be wisely invested.
4. It gives you more credibility, who doesn’t want to be known as the go getter and the one who gets things done? It is great for our self-esteem too!
5. Gives you time for yourself! Being organised and on top of everything gives you you time! A lot of people feel overwhelmed and snowed under because they aren’t getting things done or lack of organisation.
Let’s be quite frank and honest here, there are two types of people in the world:
• The ones who get through the day, and
• The ones who get from the Day.
Which one are you?
Due to my work I have learned and noticed how our performance is an mirror representation of our inner world.
In fewer words our lack of results is telling us there is something to be dealt with.
The big S or stress is also a HUGE influencing factor in our results and organisational skills.
Stress is much more than being anxious or overwhelmed, it almost literally drives our states and interactions.
If we don’t pay attention to what is happening in our outter world let’s face we won’t know there might be something needing addressing in our inner world.
Remember how previously I have mentioned that the first step to change anything is awareness? If we aren’t aware of the results we are or aren’t producing through our organisational skills we won’t know what needs to be improved.
Isn’t it powerful how the way we do one thing is the way we do everything?
Thank you for reading today’s post, till next time,