Fri, 23 March 2018
This week’s podcast episode is about the 100 Day Home Organization Program which is now open for registration!
Many of you listen to my podcast for a solid six months or more before you believe that you can become organized.
Eventually you try the Sunday Basket® and attend a Sunday Basket® Workshop. After 6-8 weeks of using the Sunday Basket®, you wonder why you waited so long.
Then, the intrigue sets in – would the 100 Day Home Organization Program work for me?
Yes, IF you aknowledge these two things...
First, it will take you a full calendar year, three times through the 100 Day Home Organization Program, to become fully organized… you can do it… and it works!
Second, you have to be willing to make an investment. An investment of your time, money and motivation. A big part of the transformation starts with the transaction. What you pay for, you value and you take it more seriously.
I Liken The Program To Montessori Learning
On the podcast, I share an email that I received from Marcy who likened my methods to the classical model for education (the grammar, dialectic and rhetoric stage). Marcy made so many great points and this intrigued me as it’s not something I was aware I was doing.
This got me thinking about Montessori teaching methods, something that I’m very familiar with having worked as a Montessori teacher.
In a Montessori classroom, students are grouped by three year age groupings and not by grade. Over the course of three years in the same classroom, children interact with students 3 years older and 3 years younger than themselves. All teachers in the classroom teach all age groups. You get a real depth of education because you are with different age groups throughout your education. You learn how to be mentored and how to be a mentor.
Another key aspect of Montessori is it repeats the curriculum over and over at a different level. The same presentations are delivered to children, but expectations are different based on their age. Kids move at their own pace, as long as the work gets done. They can deep dive into the topics they love the most and there is no limit – peers do not hold individuals back.
When I worked as a middle school Montessori teacher, I always made sure that I incorporated what was going on in the real world into the classroom.
This is very similar to how I teach in the podcast. I am very thoughtful about what I teach and when. I want to meet you where you are.
I teach three steps to getting organized.
Click on the links above to listen to my popular podcast episodes on each.
By repeating the 100 Day Home Organization Program over and over agian, the amount of time you spend on each stage will change.
The first time you do the program, you’ll spend most of your time decluttering. Give yourself grace. You must take pressure off yourself. The expectation is that you’re going to start taking some action. You may not get through the full 100 days your first time (not many people do!).
If you start the program now, your second time through will begin in September. The organizing energy in September is really strong! You will spend more time on organizing from September to December the second time you go through the 100 Day Home Organization Program.
Newsflash, you will not believe what you didn’t get rid of the first time! You can never get rid of as much as you need to because your mind won’t let you.
But when you get to the point where you have empty space, this will rock your world!
Empty spaces can feel strange. In round two, you will learn to start living with a few empty spaces.
January 1, 2019, you’ll start your third time through the program – this is when you’ll be doing 50% organizing and 50% productivity. People LOVE productivity. But in order to get productive, you have to declutter and organize first.
Join The 100 Day Home Organization Program!
Registration for the 100 Day Home Organization Program is open now until April 3rd.
I can't wait to help you GET organized!
View the complete post here: https://organize365.com/221
Direct download: Org365-221.mp3
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