When you’re trying to organize your life, you’ll be more successful when you work within your strengths. What does this mean for you? Think about what you do nearly perfectly every time and weave these talents into your goals and your planning. You’ll discover with this strategy, your success seems quicker and easier than you’d imagined.
Own your talents like a boss. When you use your talents; you aren’t playing it safe. You’re playing it smart. To organize your life, working within your talents gives you confidence to keep going. I’ve realized that I’m best when I see significance in a project, set a strategy and use my discipline and focus to accomplish my goal. It’s reassuring to use these talents to organize my life and boost my self-assurance with each success.
You can do this too. Are you good at including others? Make it a party by inviting friends and creating an environment you enjoy. Do you like competition? Set a goal for yourself or find an accountability partner so you stick with it. When you use your talents, you’re more likely to make it happen.
You can prove them right or you can prove them wrong. Some people won’t help you and will ultimately try to work against you. You can prove them right and let them derail your progress or you can prove them wrong through your successes. Don’t let them be right – you deserve this success. I’ve had many people tell me that I wouldn’t make it. And I’d just try harder. I knew I could do it. And it turns out I was right all along.
You can do this too. I’m counting on you. I’m not good at the same things as you. I need your help – when you use your talents to make your life better, you build confidence to share your talents with others. And that is just what we need.
Organizing your life is a process that will take weeks, months and years. But it starts today with you. Use your talents to improve your life and the life of those around you. You can do it day by day and it will make a lifetime of difference.