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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Jaxtastic Life Spring Cleaning 30-Day Challenge - April 12, 2015 – Motivation Sunday

This is our second Motivation Sunday of the challenge. We will have some fun with an elephant theme, specifically the saying…

How do you eat an elephant??? One bit at a time.



It’s no accident we are approaching organization in 15-30 minute “bite-sized” pieces. These smaller “bites” increase the odds of building real-world organizing habits.

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We will now, take a pause to check in on how things are going, create a plan for the final few days and flavor it all with a bit of motivation & inspiration.

We’ll take it step-by-step just as we have each day before.

Step 1 – Review your Goal
What goal did you set Wednesday? Read it, feel it, own it.

Step 2 – Set your timer for 15 minutes MAX
Today is a light day looking at how you did and how you will approach the next few days.

Step 3 – Evaluate your progress
You might notice some thinking/belief patterns show up that are getting in the way of your progress.

How is your progress towards the goal you created on Wednesday?
What is working?
What isn't working?

Don’t judge yourself. Just observe and note what worked and what didn’t work.

Step 4 – Plan for rest of the week 

We have 2 more days of working with our paperwork.

-Daily Standing Mail Routine – have you been doing it?
-Old Papers Sorting – have you tried it?

How will you spend these 2 days? Create your plan.

Step 5 - STOP – When the Timer Goes Off
REALLY!!!! STOP!!!! I don’t care if you are in a groove. I don’t care if you are having fun. STOP!!!!

Step 6 – Celebrate
Give yourself a pat on the back, no matter where you are in your progress. Just showing up is 80% of the game.


Tomorrow – Action Folder & Keep Folder Work

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Use the comments area to share your progress, thoughts, hopes, fears, etc. You never know what impact your words will have on someone else.

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