SOS Curriculum

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In Module 1 You Will Learn:
How to set S.M.A.R.T. goals (goals that are specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, and time bound)
How to plan your organizing project the SOS way
Systems, habits, and tools
What’s holding you back
How to move forward when you are stuck
The four levels of mastery
Where to get started first – clutter, paper, or time
How to do your first schematic
How to use the quadrant method for organizing surfaces
What to do if you can’t make yourself get organized, and
How to use a motivating factor to get yourself moving
Daily homework journal
Questions answered

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In Module 2 You Will Learn:
Why you are disorganized
What to do about your disorganization
The 6 steps to organizing
How to visualize
How to remove the “wrong” things with clutter, paper, and time
How to take the schematic to the next level
How to decide where things go
Visual bang
Organizing from big to small
Organizing from easy to hard
Procedure for organizing stuff
Procedure for organizing papers
Questions answered

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In Module 3 You Will Learn:
How to create and/ or refine your organizing plan
Organizing from a different perspective
What organizing really is
Why / how to use boxes
Your compelling reason for getting organized.
How to use your primary learning modality (auditory, visual, or kinesthetic) to help you organize how to not let your weaker modality undermine you.
The first step in organizing papers which is to sort
Get started sorting your papers
“Activity clutter”
How to use the 6 steps from module 2 to help you manage your time
Questions answered

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In Module 4 You Will Learn:
How to set goals and make time to get organized,
How to break jobs down so they are more doable.
Your personality style, and how that affects the way you approach getting organized.
How to get organized if you are a social person
How to get organized if you are a perfectionist
How to get organized if you are a sentimental, caring person – How does that hamper you, or How to avoid allowing your weaknesses to trip you up.
How to know what to keep or discard
How to know where everything should go
How long will your organizing take
What to keep and what to throw away
How to recognize and handle your biggest organizing challenge
The two biggest time wasters of all
Questions answered

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In Module 5 You Will Learn:
How to organize paper
How to determine your needs, space, and filing capacity
An overview of how to sort papers
How long it will take to get your organizing done

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In Module 6 You Will Learn:
How to set up your action files
How to create a “vertical things-to-do” pile
How to be able to find everything that you need to do
Urgent-action files, action files, “maybe” files, and permanent-action files
The “fine-pile”
Where your action files should be stored
How to handle papers you are holding for others
How to use your planner alongside of your action files
How to use a sorting checklist
How to use a checklist for managing your action/project files

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In Module 7 You Will Learn:
The supplies you will need to set up your filing system
How to set up your master list for home or business
How to list all the files in your system on one or two sheets of paper
Color-code your system for ease of use
Receive a blank master list for your use
How to handle every paper in your personal world, including papers that relate to all of the people you have files for, all of the warranties, all of the miscellaneous files, and financial files
How to handle all of the business files including clients, vendors, employees, warranties, marketing, etc. to industry-specific files and financial records

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In Module 8 You Will Learn:
Filing how-to’s
From planning to sorting to action files to your reference files
How to handle your financial papers in detail
How to handle bills (papers that need to be paid)
How to handle receipts (papers that indicate that something has been paid)
How to keep track of your monthly bills on one sheet of paper (so you always know where you are financially)
How to manage your time
Why we procrastinate
What to do to stop procrastinating
How to be more productive immediately
About time quadrants
Ways to help you think about your time more effectively
How to create a master to-do list
How to do a time log to help you start tracking your time.

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In Module 9 You Will Learn:
How to get started with opening the boxes
The Yes – No – Maybe method of going through all of your boxes
How to set your goals
How to think about which types of charities you want to support
Where everything should go
How long it will take
How to handle the fear
Each step of opening the boxes
About capacity and how to determine how much you can keep based on your storage capacity and types of furniture,
When to know if you need more (ex: do you need more book shelf capacity)
A box procedure for papers vs a box procedure for stuff
What questions you should ask yourself
The rules of storage

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In Module 10 You Will Learn:
Where to start, list vs schematic based on brain preference (R brained vs left brained)
Review of the quadrant method and its application to additional things (larger areas, time, activities)
Review of “visual bang” with additional applications
Review of AVK and SORT personality and its implications
Self care
How to say no
How your motivation affects your organizing,
Quick overview of sorting / filing / handling financial files,
A decision-making checklist
Questions answered

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In Module 11 You Will Learn:
Steps to organizing
Setting goals
Getting started
Making time to get organized
Breaking jobs down
Creating an organizing plan
Removing the wrong things, clutter / paper / time, keeping the momentum going, 5 rules of maintenance including: daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal and maintenance ideas
Questions answered

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In Module 12 You Will Learn:
Receive a complete, page-by-page course review from page 1 of module 1 to the last page of module 12… Absolutely nothing is left out
The two things you can do to get organized and stay organized forever
Ready, set, go…,
Nine Laws of “stuff”

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