Following this week’s Blog of a play by play of a Coaching “Off Week” –
Yesterday’s Blog on Clean Up Your Office went into full throttle.
Yesterday I said;
This the day I clean up my office and my space.
True confession – I just moved in, set up my office and just went to work.
I didn’t really create a nurturing space in my office to create attraction – so today is the day.
So I went into full throttle Wednesday and it carried into Thursday.
As I looked around my office, while my desk, filing and computer systems where all up to speed – my office environment was not.
The pictures were there but not hung.
The books shelves were there but vacant of books.
The book shelves had become storage shelves for office stationary and supplies and the area around them had become a storage place for business briefcases & suitcases, laptop cases and projector cases for when I am on the road.
So what to do –
Clean up the storage room which would be timely given that it has been four months since we moved and we had already done a Clean Sweep on our environment before we moved – time to do another. If you would like a copy of the Clean Sweep Program you can Subscribe To My Free E-Newsletter And Obtain The Clean Sweep Program From The Resources Section Of My Web Site.
So I tackled the storage area and sorted through personal items and re-stored what were keepers and goodwill the rest will go. Space was now created so that I could put up shelves for office stationary and supplies. Next step was to remove the office stationary and supplies from my office to the storage room shelves. Next step was to unpack the boxes of books that have collected over the years – and I mean years.
Unpacking Old Friends meant reconnecting to the books that have made a significant difference in my life and here are some of the memorable ones;
Awareness – Anthony de Mello
A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle
Emotional Intelligence – Daniel Goleman
Getting The Love You Want – Harville Hendrix
How To Get What You Want & Want What You Have – John Gray
Guerilla Marketing – Jay Levison & Seth Godin
Mind Power – John Kehoe
Maslow On Management – Abraham Maslow
Nonviolent Communication – Marshall Rosenberg
One Minute Manager – Kenneth Blanchard
Permission Marketing – Seth Godin
Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
See You At The Top – Zig Ziegler
Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield
The E-Myth – Michael Gerber
The Greatest Salesman In The World – Og Mandino
The Homecoming – John Bradshaw
The Knights Of The Tele-Round Table – Jaclyn Kostner
The Mind Power Book – Tony Buzan
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari – Robin S. Sharma
The Path – Laurie Beth Jones
The Precious Present – Spencer Johnson
The Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren
The Soul Of A Business – Tom Chappell
Think & Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
Who Moved My Cheese? – Spencer Johnson
Friday, June 2nd will be invested in re-prioritizing projects for full steam ahead for the week of June 5th.