From my last post you’ll see I have trouble keeping my office, shed and garage tidy.
I realise that we all have goals that we achieve and others that we don’t.
What’s the difference?
For me it’s about what I believe I like doing and what I believe I don’t like doing.
This results in either action or inaction.
All the other bits are there: I now it’s good to achieve; I know how to do it; I want the end result; but – I don’t like doing it – in this case tidying up! So I put it off, make excuses like – too busy etc. It doesn’t get done.
So what can I do to differently to enjoy tidying up as an action?
How can I make tidying up fun or important and pleasurable?
How can I reframe my dislike of the function of “tidying up”?
Do you have any ideas?
Let’s have a competition to see which ideas are best.
Send me your best idea to help me enjoy tidying up and I’ll give all of you who respond within a week, an e-book that I use in my private client coaching program, and to the winner (in my sole and humble opinion), I’ll give a $50 gift voucher for Amazon.
Looking forward to hearing from you!