I was so excited when I received access to the program. I thought, wow, this program will be great but then I got a reality check. How am I going to do all that is required to stay on track with the processes and all the homework?
After the webinar, I reviewed all the printed information and looked at how to amalgamate the information into a way that I stay on track and make sense to my brain. Of course, these are my steps but maybe this blog article will help you. And in case you were thinking it, yes, I am Red!
I took out a 3X5 index card and on the non-lined side and added two lines vertically which created three columns. In the left column on top, I wrote AM, second column PM and then on the last one I wrote evening. Under each header, I wrote what needed to be done in the day. For example, Scroll 1, DMP (out loud), etc. On the other side of the index card that has the lines, I wrote 15 minutes sitting still, etc. So, this way my quick reference guide on one card so I easily refer to.
The other thing I did is place The Greatest Salesman in the World on my nightstand and kept the other copy on my office desk. Then I went online and found a PDF version of the scrolls. Not the full book, just the scrolls. I printed three copies of the PDF so I can a copy in the car, a copy at work and another one in the package I carry with me. This way if I am in the car alone, and I don’t have the package with me, I can review scroll 1.
Last, but not least, while I am figuring things out, I carry the index card, the workbook, the Master Key part one and my handwritten blueprint builder with me. And everything is clipped together with a bull dog clip. The index card is clipped on the front of the package for easy reference. Oh yes, before I forget I use a file folder to place my pages in.