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Hello and welcome to Open For Business
Im your host Josh P.

We all strive to be the best we can, but there are something we could use some help with.

---Question: One of the most important things I believe a business owner should do or have is, Organization! Yes Organizational Skills.

-----Are you an organized person?

---Personal Battle: A big reason many of us lack this very important skill set is because of our internal wiring. We lack discipline.


---Challenge: It's said that it takes 21 straight days to develop a habit and to make it a part of your life.

------I challenge each and everyone of you to choose a habit that is, NOT so hard that it would be impossible to complete but also
NOT so easy that you already do it.

Choose a habit that would be a LEVEL 3 in your personal difficulty scale and just commit yourself to DO IT FOR 2 DAYS. Thanks it.

On to business- Organizing your computer.
Just like anything else in life, when theres chaos in your life, everything seem like your walking up hill.
When everything is orderly in your life, you can see clearly and it seems like you have the Midas Touch.

Organizing your computer for your business. Folder Organization.

Step 1- Designate a specific location in your computer sole for your business files. That could be your Documents Area or Partitioning your hard drive.

Step 2- You want to create Main Category Folders for your business.
- Finance
- Clients
- Template
- Marketing
- Notes
- etc.

Stay tuned for tomorrow. Tomorrow well discuss the next couple of sets of Business Preparation

WHAT HABIT ARE YOU GOING TO WORK ON AND COMMIT TO FOR THE NEXT TWO DAYS? WRITE IT IN THE REPLY BOX.

FIGURE OUT WHERE YOUR BUSINESS SECTION IS GOING TO BE IN YOUR COMPUTER. AND CREATE THE BEST FOLDER CATEGORIES FOR YOUR BUSINESS.
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Hello All, My name is Josh. I live in So. California and I am a Internet Marketer. 
Until about two years ago when I started seeing a lot of the businesses that have been part of our community for over 50 years closing down.

Why were these businesses having to close their doors after so many years? I leave you to answer that. 

Because of that reason (that I'm sure you got right) I decided to transfer my efforts from online to offline marketing.

The transition wasn't to hard but trying to build a offline business alone is. No one to bounce ideas off of. No one to help you put systems in place. 

Its not easy going at it alone. which is why I've created this communal meeting ground. So that no one will have to go at it alone.

I thank you for taking the time to read this. You didn't have to and you could of been doing something else.

I'm here to help any one that needs it. 

I look forward to meeting you all.
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