Why use the I-Deal-Lifestyle Method?
Everyone deep down has dreams and desires in life that they want to fulfill. Whether it is a dream vacation or a career, or down-time, or a beautifully organized and designed home. Bringing all of your dreams and desires to the surface to work on them is a step further in the process of living an ideal lifestyle. Learning how to first identify what it is you truly want in life, and then be able to express and speak about what you want is next. After that setting goals, and working on them will allow you to begin the I-Deal-Lifestyle method of an Organized Self & Space.
I-Deal-Lifestyle Principles and Philosophy
- Anyone can learn the I-Deal-Lifestyle Method.
- You don't have to purge or get rid of anything if that is not your goal. You can keep anything that you want to keep.
- Using the I-Deal-LIfestyle criteria to help you make good decisions when you do want to purge.
- Knowing that what we keep in our real estate meet these four criteria points - Will it be used, serve a purpose, be loved or sentimental.
- Changing how you speak and express yourself is key to staying organized long-term.
- Understanding that nothing in your home or anything you do is a "Need".
- Understanding that "Needs" are Air, Food, Water, Shelter, Sleep, Elimination and Sunlight - the seven things that keep us alive.
- Knowing that indecisive language such as probably, maybe, sort of, kinda sorta, tried or trying, and many more indecisive words will block the path to long-term organization.
- Becoming clear on how we feel in situations and about our belongings is key to understanding what we want in life and what objects we keep in our property, and life.
- Categorizing every single object you will keep in your space, containing the categories, and putting things back into their homes is key to creating an I-Deal-Lifestyle system.
- Creating the schedule, and the "Will" to have time to create order, and put things away in their designated spots is key to remaining organized.
- Living your ideal lifestyle, and be willing to change when you want something new in life or new to do.