Tag Archives: Organization

Reassess your goals

What were the goals you set out to achieve in 2016? We are rapidly approaching the end of the year and now is a great time to asses how far you have come and what you have achieved!

Makes note of your success and what you could have improved on. Be honest when you self assessment. Can you get all of your goals accomplished by the end of 2016? Or is it going to transfer over to 2017?

Even if it does carry over to next year, there is nothing wrong with that. Start planning now to make the most out of your 2017 goals.

Re-assessing your goals and objectives is in an integral part achieving more and progressing.

Make it the best day!



How many of those pesky emails are sitting in your inbox? The intention of leaving them there so it reminds you to do it later.

Here is a challenge for the week. Clean up your inbox to have three to five emails TOTAL! (I don’t like typing in all caps, but it seemed appropriate there)

Instead of having an inbox full of emails you might get to. Settle in, read and respond. Then move them to the appropriate folder. Organization starts with discipline.

Make it the best day!


Packing your bag

Packing your bag for a trip and think you don’t have everything?

Just like our list to finish off daily tasks, I use this same idea when I travel.

Making a list of everything I will need. Once it has been packed away I cross it off with a highlighter. It might not be the most high-tech system out there, but trust me when I say it will give you piece of mind once you leave.

This list will not help, when you straight up forget something!

Make it the best day!


Organization and leadership

Building your business requires a grasp on organization and delegation. No matter how large or small your company may be. As you begin to scale, your structure and hierarchy must also change and grow with you.

It is imperative to keep all team members on the same page as everyone takes on more tasks or new employees are hired.  As a move to scale begins or progresses, tasks and duties can fall through the cracks. This is where organization is key to success.

Each step up requires monitoring and leadership. The employees should know their responsibilities and what is expected of them. This is not to say micro managing is needed. Instead accountability and discipline are integral in this equation.

As a leader, you organize your team to set the business up for success. Each employee is well versed in the product or service and holds themselves to a high standard of success.

By allocating the correct resources and keeping the employees working toward a unified goal, the business will continue to scale and be successful.

As an owner, take responsibility. Lead by example everyday. Organize a winning team and attitude. A profitable product or service will result, all with a little side of customer satisfaction : )

Make it the best day!