* Perfectionism is a time bomb.
Seek excellence on important issues and ordinary best for daily tasks. Do not waste your time in unnecessary detail.
* Be flexible.
Organize things as they work for you. The principle of planning is to be able to find what you want when you want it.
No matter how much you're looking for changes, it's impossible if there's no room for change. Sometimes and over spending makes you feel overwhelming, stressed and craving for a simpler life. Losing clutter and attachments can be painful. Ask for help. Consider a trusted friend, family member or professional organizer who can focus. (Phone book and email training are available. For more information, contact: Judith@OrganizingResources.com )
* Clear your cabinets.
Take the time to remove what you no longer use or use. Statistics show that we own 20% of our clothes 80% of the time. That means there are plenty of clothes that just wait for a rare opportunity to stay in them. Do you really have to hold so many?
* Measure progress in percentages.
The goal of self-improvement is to increase your batting average. Changing the habit 10% of the time is a positive step in the right direction. Give credit for the progress you are making. (Ty Cobb, the gentleman of the universe in honor of baseball, had 367 biography, which means almost five out of eight times a bat he made.)
* Treat you kindly.
Positive self-esteem results in better results than degradation. ("I've lost more than 9000 shots in my career, I've lost almost 300 games, 26 times I've been assigned to take the game to win the shot … and missed, life and that's why I'm getting successful," says Michael Jordan , most basketball.)
* Someone once said: "It's not how much you do it, that's how much you think."
Pay attention to where you spend and start saving your spare parts. It will rise and your abundance will grow.
Stress depletes the immune system. Find a balance in your life and learn deep breathing exercises. Press your tongue on the mouth of your mouth and hold your nose until you are fully blown. Keep in mind how much oxygen you bring in your starving tissues. Release your breath through the mouth. Repeat as often as necessary.
Why do you feel so laughing? Because endorphins are loosened from the brain every time you do it. Endorphins have morphine-like effects and are often referred to as own opioids of the body. Endorphin pushers: smiley and laugh, exercise, positive thinking, family and friends relationships, celebrations, recognition and experience of nature closer and personal.
* Get a living!
This cliché is usually said with sarcasm. However, it is really a very good advice. Are you among the crowds who invest in a great lifestyle? Do you think you need the new car, the boat or the expensive holiday to feel comfortable? Would life be perfect if you have this new suit, diamond ring or larger TV? Our homes have become a warehouse for possessions that enhance our lifestyle, but we do not fail to increase our lives.
* Choose to be happy.
Happiness is not found in ownership of holdings. Rather, it comes from deep inside. Every day, take a conscious decision to have a good day. Instead of waiting for things to be better, be grateful for what you already have. "Success is getting what you want, happiness wants what you get," said Dale Carnegie, 1888-1955, American Author and Self-Improvement Trainer