Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Rules For Getting Organized.

What would it take to get your life decluttered and organized?

That might be a tall order for many of us, but the truth is, we could do it in bursts and spurts, using a handful of easy-to-follow rules.

The other day I wrote about the idea of setting rules instead of goals … today I want to share a few ideas for rules to help you get decluttered and organized.

I know in my life, going from being overwhelmed with clutter to minimalism was a slow but rewarding journey, and now I feel happy every time I look around and see the lovely space around me.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, I’m here to testify that it’s not impossible, and it just takes some small steps that add up over time.

Here are the rules I suggest —though I don’t suggest adopting them all, and especially not all at once. Try a few out, see how they work for you, then try a few others.

1. Get yourself organized at the

2. When you get up from your

3. When you’re done eating,

4. Wipe down the sink when you

5. When you walk through a

6. When you take off a piece of

7. Keep flat surfaces clear. Your

8. At the end of the work day, file

9. Deal with an email instead of

10. Work to only having 3 emails

11. Put non-essential items you

12. Put your clothes in a different

13. Declutter on Saturdays. Every

14. One in, two out. When you

15. Limit how many things you

16. At the end of each month,

17. Every three months, purge.

Of course, these are just suggested rules … you should modify them to suit your life.

How to Implement the Rules

Now, those are a lot of rules, but I don’t think you should implement them all at once. In fact, I suggest trying one per week. Really focus all week on making that rule happen. If it goes well, keep it. If not, toss it out. The next week, try another.

Set a reminder on a certain day each week (let’s say Monday) to review how your rule went, and to pick a new rule to try out. Have a physical, paper note somewhere visible so you’ll remember to do the rule throughout the week.

One at a time, you’ll find the rules that work for you. And one step at a time, your life will slowly become less cluttered, more organized. And you’ll be set up to make great things happen in the rest of your life.

Leveraging The Power Of Facebook Marketing For Your Network Marketing.

It's no longer a news that facebook is a great place to mingle with family and friends and to meet new friends from all part of the world. As a network marketing professional, you have the desire to reach out to new people and build up your own network of contacts.  Don't just login to Facebook and start to play around ignorantly,while not use the opportunity and make money by introducing your product and services?.

It may have crossed your mind at some point that using a social
media site like Facebook, one of the most popular websites in the world, may be of use to you in your efforts, and you are absolutely right.
Facebook marketing is one of the hottest trends in marketing in general today, and it can serve
as a valuable tool for network marketers, too.

*Why Use Social Media?

Social media sites like Facebook are all about relationships, and as you know all too well, so is your own business. You have to generate
new leads, create interest, and build a rapport with your new contacts if you have the hope of selling to them at all. So just how can you effectively put Facebook marketing to use in your business?

Your Friends and Fans.
First, you should work to develop a great list of friends and fans on Facebook, but don't try to
artificially inflate your list with un-serious people people simply to
have a higher number of contacts.

It's quality that matters in Facebook marketing, not quantity. As new people contact you through your other efforts, go ahead and be-friend them on Facebook so you can keep in constant contact with them through your social media presence.

*Your Messages.

Keep in mind that a social media site like Facebook is a site where people go to keep in touch with friends and family. They go to these
pages to stay informed and up to date on current events, too. They may have signed up to receive information from their favorite stores, sports, schools and so forth, but they don't want their Facebook experience to be chock full of
ads. They enjoy hearing about special promotions every once in awhile, but often the benefit is greater when you use these sites to
develop relationships and generate interest. Annoying people through the wrong type of message will quickly lead to a "do not contact me or defriending or blocking"
type of experience in which they un-friend you. So work to develop a stream of messages that talk about your lifestyle, successes of those
who you have worked with, and other such messages that will be beneficial to them,post tutorials that tend to explain or solve a particular problem regarding their interest.

*Develop a Working Plan.

Facebook marketing is most successful when it is not done haphazardly. Some people will get really turned off by what you are saying and may block your messages entirely if you bombard with new messages every hours,you need to allow them digest the previous and also make them to hungry for more so don't over feed them with your stories. Instead of quantity, again you want to focus on
quality here. You can develop your posts a few weeks,twice a week or even once per week in advance if you want, then copy and past into the group or your walls. Consider adding a new motivational/inspirational success quotes first thing every morning.

*The Goal

When you keep in mind that the goal of Facebook marketing is not to recruit and actively sell, but rather to generate greater interest and further develop a relationship with your contacts, you will find that your efforts on this site are far more successful.

If you're marketing your network marketing business online and you're not using Facebook Marketing , you're completely missing out on a great opportunity.
I advice you to leverage on the power and benefits of Facebook to create a better responsive marketing strategy for your network marketing.

You will succeed.