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Piotr Krzyzek said in June 3rd, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Wow! This is something I’ve been (kinda) talking about for a long time and failing to pound it into anybodies thick skull! Of course that includes my own.

Though when I have done it it’s worked out amazingly well each time!

Thanks for reminding me to do one of the most basic business things: plan and organize each next day.

Cheers,
–PK

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Karen Brooks said in June 3rd, 2010 at 8:29 pm

Wise words of wisdom!! You are right, when you take time to plan and organize the day everything just seems to flow naturally. Thanks for reminding us all!

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Melanie Kissell said in June 4th, 2010 at 1:20 pm

“Fail to plan, and plan to fail”. We’ve all heard that one, haven’t we, Corrie?

But it’s so true. And it really doesn’t take a lot of energy or time to end your day by writing down a plan for the next day – might only take 10 or 15 minutes.

Some online marketers I’ve met take this good habit one or two steps further. They’ll sit down and plan out an entire week or an entire month’s worth of business building activities.

Staying organized and planning ahead is a great way to rid your mind of clutter, too! :-)

Melanie
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admin said in June 4th, 2010 at 1:30 pm

Piotr – reminders are something we all need every once in a while. Glad I could help.

Karen – that’s so true. When things flow naturally you have less stress and you get more done. It’s perfect.

Melanie – that saying is so true. If you don’t plan you’re setting yourself up for failure. It may not happen right away, but at some point it will.

Planning a month ahead might work for some, but not everyone. As a VA and Ghostwriter I find some of my clients don’t know what they’ll have me do from week to week. It’s a good idea though. Thanks for sharing.

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