The Law of Order & The 5-Step Process
The Law of Order
Ignore It and Create Chaos. Apply It and Find Balance.
The Law of Order simply states “do things in the right order to achieve the desired result.” It is a proven, systematic approach to how anything must be done, and it applies to all aspects of life: personally, professionally, physically, financially and spiritually.
When we ignore the Law of Order is creates chaos and problems in our lives and those around us. Just so you know, I’ve done things in the wrong order and suffered the consequences. Read my personal story here.
Order: the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method.
Problem: a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome.
The good news is you can change things by implementing the 5 Step Process.
The 5-Step Process
The steps to a balanced life are: Admit, Identify, Establish, Implement, and Evaluate. That’s it! Five really simple things, I promise.
I know what you are thinking, “this guy has lost his marbles,” but I promise, if you are willing to make the changes needed, and stop pretending everything is “ok”, you will achieve the life you desire.
You see, the solution to your problems is quite simple. The hard part is applying the solution to your problems.
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Below you will find 8 videos and links to download The 5 Step Process, The Written Plan, S.M.A.R.T.E.R., and eBooks.
Handling Life: The Law of Order and the 5 Step Process
Step 1: Admit
Step 2: Identify
The Law of Order
Step 3: Establish (Part One)
Step 3: S.M.A.R.T.E.R. (Part Two)
Step 4: Implement
Step 5: Evaluate
The 5-Step Process applies to ALL aspects of your life:
Personal: your spouse, your family, your friends
Professional: your business, your job, your work
Physical: your diet, your exercise, your health
Financial: your money, your budget, your spending
Spiritual: your relationship with God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit