Stay Board: Keeping a Reminder Close By

This past weekend I finally got around hanging my bulletin boards and my white board. I love my boards because it helps me stay much more organize than trying to write it down on a piece of paper, which I may lost later in the day. I am at my computer most of the day and a lot of ideas come to my head from just thinking out loud, writing a post, or reading other blogs/websites. I just simply spin my chair around and write it on my white board.

If I am watching a video, I usually have my notepad out and start jotting down notes. After I am done with the video I take my notes and pin it up against the bulletin board. I will even print informative articles and pin it up as well. Flight tickets or passes to conventions I pin up on my bulletin board, it serves a constant reminder to me. I can check and take the ideas and start to generate off it.

These boards help me stay organize, no matter how messy the board is I can find what I need. Let’s break it down:

White Board/Dry Erase Board

A white board is, I think is important, necessary to write things down quickly. It is your idea board and it should have all your ideas that come to your head on a daily basis. It can even have test stats on there, since a white board is erasable. Anything that can be written and erased on a daily basis should be written on a white board. It is there to remind you of daily occurrences that may change on a daily basis.

I use my white board to write down quick stats or ideas that flow through my head. The next day I look at my board and see what I should work on and see what I wrote the next day to start working on. My whiteboard is my guide to my ideas, reality or not.

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Bulletin Board

A bulletin board is there to track down your futuristic goals or usage tools. You pin up references and confirmed passes. A bulletin board can be used in similarity to a white board except you cannot write on it and erase text. The bulletin board can be used to pin up your first affiliate check or your future house, giving you a consistent reminder of your goals.

I personally use my bulletin board for pining up references and notes. I pin up airline tickets and convention passes. I have pictures of my future cars and houses. I write down a daily earnings goal and pin it up. I have 2 bulletin boards and I use them a lot to reference a lot of aspects of marketing. I have a PPC reference chart on my bulletin board, just in case I need a good headline or forgot what Adwords is.

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Staying Organize by Using Boards

I like using my bulletin boards and white board. It keeps me thinking and helps remind me of future events or task I need to do. It helps me think about my goals and helps me keep more focus on my goals. Each board has its own purposes and reason to why I use it. I try not to jumble everything into one board because it becomes too cluttered; each has a purpose and carries information needed for me to stay focus and goal orientated.

Staying organizes and having a reminder of your stats or goals is crucial to staying up to beat with your competition or your personal goals in life.


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