This Action Will Help You Reach Your Potential

///This Action Will Help You Reach Your Potential

To become a great athlete, it’s important you know where your equipment is, where your training sessions take place, or the time of the event.

The same is true for you and the work you do for our world.

Whether it’s your computer files, your filing system, your classroom, your desk, the use of your time, your finances, or even the inside of your car, if you want to reach your potential getting organised is key.

It’s so much easier to reach your potential when you’re set up for success.

Often getting organised can feel so overwhelming that we avoid it all together. If that’s you, consider leaning into the area that will have the biggest impact on your success.

I’ve met so many amazing people who moved from “good” to “great” by getting more organised. 

PS – I’m currently working on getting my computer files much more organised. Step by step by step…


What one area (you desk, computer, time management, classroom, office, finances, etc.,) could you get more organised?  What timeframe can you give yourself to get it done? Add your comments below.

By |2020-02-25T09:54:19+11:00September 21st, 2016|Inspire yourself|4 Comments

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  1. Kerri September 26, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    Hi Will
    Wow your email came at the right time. I am currently studying on top of working. My working space is good – tidy. My time management is terrible – I need to work out a better study plan in order to get the work done. I blame a busy life and poor organisational skills on not getting enough study done. I realise i need to improve my Time Management. Perhaps by the end of tomorrow i can work out a study plan. Thanks Will

    • William October 2, 2016 at 9:57 pm

      Hi Kerri, I’m glad you found it useful. Usually there are only a few areas in our life where we need to get more organised. I think time management is a big one for many people! Good luck on your study plan. I look forward to hearing how it goes.

  2. Erin September 26, 2016 at 11:53 pm

    I would have to say time management as well. I usually work through lunch to get as much work done as possible. Our wellbeing team has just suggested a group discussion twice a week durring lunch. This is aimed at helping all the teachers to contribute and ask questions on how to support our wellbeing students in the classroom. For this reason i will need to try reorganising my planning time. Hopefully by the end of this week u will have a new routine in place!

    • William October 2, 2016 at 9:59 pm

      Hi Erin, I think as teachers time management is a big issue since there are so many demands made on us. I wonder how working through lunch impacts your wellbeing as well as the wellbeing of your team. Good luck on reorganising your planning time! I look forward to hearing how it goes.

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