Are you moving soon and thinking to yourself, “Moving should not be this difficult, complicated, time consuming, and stressful?” The next series of the Move to Action blog will apply the Producktivity® Principles to moving. Whether it is a move for college, to your first apartment, for a job relocation, or downsizing for retirement, it requires decision making, time management, and prioritization.
By applying the Producktivity® Principles you will take charge and lead your move rather than your move consuming you. The next 10 blogs will provide you with the strategies for moving successfully using Producktivity®. Producktivity® is a unique, interactive personal and professional organizational tool that assists individuals and organizations with improving their decision making and time management skills. Producktivity® is based on three principles: Identify, Connect and Organize.
Principle #1: Identify
Identifying your ducks gives you the foundation to make an informed decision. There are different ways to gather information and the use of a variety of methods helps you identify all of your possibilities. Strategies include Brainstorm, Collect Data, andResearch.
Principle #2: Connect
This is a critical principle that tends to be overlooked. You are so eager to check something off of your ever-growing list that you forget to take a step back and reflect on the bigger picture. What is your vision, and how will your ducks add value to your pond? It is imperative to critically analyze and make the connections between the information collected and what is needed from your human and financial resources to accomplish your goals. Strategies includeDream Big, Analyze, and Define Resources.
Principle #3: Organize
Because you took the necessary time to identify your ducks and connect with your vision, organizing will be easier. Planning and prioritizing your tasks allows you to manage your time more efficiently and achieve your personal and professional goals more effectively. Strategies include Plan, Prioritize, and Manage Time.
These principles allow you to move your ideas to action by providing the necessary framework for effective decision making and prioritization.