Home Cleaning and Habit Number Three

A quick review is in order.

Habit number one means that you have taken a position that you are in charge. You are the creator of what is important to you. Being proactive is about choice. 

Habit number two is you taking the first step towards envisioning the result. You need to be clear on what you want to accomplish. Therefore, habit number two is about vision – your vision – about what you want to create. 

Habit number three is the actual result – the physical creation. The joining of habit one and habit two is the essence of habit number three. Habit number three is where one and two come together. 

Habit number three is putting first things first. You define the things that have the most value to you. First things are what you value the most. Habit number three is about time management and life management. You define what is most important and define the priorities.

  • We can get caught up in the trivial. 
  • We all can allow ourselves to be distracted.
  • From time to time, there may be a crisis or an emergency.

The urgent-and-importance 2×2 matrix below helps to put things in perspective.

To be truly productive, we need to prioritize. Imagine if we first do all our trivial work before addressing the significant and meaningful tasks. How would your life progress if you responded immediately to every email, phone call, or Facebook status post?

To make meaningful progress, you need to set your priorities. 

Make organization a top priority. Being organized will help you to make substantial progress, whatever your goals may be. To be organized means that your home and office need to be clean and uncluttered. To be organized is not necessarily urgent but very important. You can put off being organized, and the result may be that you slowly but surely become less organized. To be less organized, in general, means a lower level of productivity.

That is why it is so important to have a clean and organized home and office.

A clean home needs to be a top priority; here are some excellent reasons:

A clean home reduces the chance of being sick.

Dust, for example, is a widespread cause of colds, coughs, asthma attacks, breathing, and respiratory problems, and various types of allergies. Respiratory issues can be minimized and even entirely prevented by reducing dust accumulation in your household.

A clean home or office reduces stress.

When you walk into your home or office, and it is dirty and messy, you can feel a sense of stress and disappointment. On the other hand, a clean home or office helps to reduce stress. Your mind is at ease.

Being organized saves you time.

When you spend time looking for something that has been misplaced in your home or office, you are wasting time. Wasting time can often be a common occurrence for people who do not prioritize being in a clean and organized environment.

Many people allow (remember you are in charge) disorder to take over their home and work environments. Lack of organization is a timewaster.

Set a good example.

A clean house, office, and work environment displays self-discipline and makes a statement that you are responsible. A clean and organized home or office sets an excellent example for the people around you.

A Professional Cleaning Service

You most likely have a busy schedule. You find it difficult to maintain a clean and tidy home or office. You may want to explore the services of a reliable and experienced cleaner – and that’s exactly what A Clean Vision is.

A significant benefit of working with a professional home cleaning company such as A Clean Vision is that we set the cleaning of your home or office as the top priority. We put first things first when it comes to cleaning your home or office.

Give us a call at (802) 295-6065. We are a family-owned and operated business and have been cleaning homes and offices in the Upper Valley since 1993.


A Family Owned and Operated Upper Valley Cleaning Service since 1993