The Organize 365 National Convention, titled “Rise You Are Enough,” is taking place in Dallas, Texas from June 7th to June 9th. I am SO excited!
This convention will be transformational, and by the end of it, you’ll discover that everything you need to be the person you were always meant to be has been inside of you all along. You’ll receive the roadmap, the practical applications, and the steps needed to live out the dream that only YOU can live.
In my latest podcast episode, I reveal the inner workings of my mind and the physical process I took to plan the Organize 365 National Convention.
The 3 Steps To Organization
There are three steps to the organization process:
- Increase productivity
No matter what you’re organizing, you have to take these three steps to complete the task efficiently and effectively. They all work together. And the more you get used to the process, the more your productivity level increases. Let me explain how I put this into practice when organizing this convention.
Organizing The National Convention
The thought of organizing a national convention may seem like a nightmare for most people, but not for me. I was in my zone!
Before I got started, I sat on a pillow on the floor and laid everything out in front of me. Doing this allowed me to see the big picture and visualize what my schedule will look like over the course of the event.
I pulled on my teaching background and divided each day into two parts – a morning session and an afternoon session. For example, I know that on the Wednesday morning of the event, I have a meeting with the Organize 365 employees, followed by a dinner with the team that night. So, I divided my days into two and began running the planning process of the convention just like a classroom.
I Love Color Coding!
I decided to color code my plans for the event. Everything related to the Organize 365 employees was labeled blue, the certified organizers were pink, the convention attendees were purple, and all the administrative details were labeled green.
With that stage out of the way, I moved onto my master schedule and laid out all of my slash pockets. I began adding Post-it Notes to each one and divided them further to help me with the decluttering and organizational steps of the planning process.
You can actually watch me go through this process by hitting play on the video below:
The Power Of Music
My goal with each podcast is to teach you something to help you live a more organized life. But that’s not the goal of this national convention. I don’t want it to be like a line up of podcasts strung together. I want to make it more impactful.
Adding music to an event gives it a whole other element. Music lets the mind wander to where you need it to go and, when you hear the same song again, I hope that it takes you back to the convention and replicates the positive feelings you had at the event.
I spent at least two hours finding the perfect songs that reflected the main message of the talks. However, I couldn’t decide on just one or two songs – so I picked 18! Yes, it may seem a bit excessive. But trust me, each song has a purpose.
Refining My Ideas
As I continued to plan the convention, I realized that some of my previous ideas no longer worked with the overall vibe of the event. So, I started to refine them until I was 100% happy with the outcome.
If you’re familiar with my Complete Sunday Basket® System, you’ll know that it can work with pretty much anything. You can use it to plan more significant events like I did when I created my own Convention Sunday Basket®.
My Convention Sunday Basket® is where I put all of my main ideas during the planning phase of the event. I printed emails and letters related to the convention and divided everything into my 2.0 Slash Pockets.
Come See Me In Person!
I can’t wait to see you all at the Organize 365 National Convention and meet you in person! It’s going to be a very memorable event. You will leave a changed woman – I promise.
If you would like to find out more information, go to organize365/dallas to register.
I really look forward to meeting you and giving you a big hug!