The Law of Order is a proven, systematic approach to how everything must be done. It applies to all aspects of our lives: personal, professional, physical, financial and spiritual. It simply requires the prioritization of doing every task in the proper order. When the Law of Order is applied, things get done -- and done right -- which creates balance. When the Law of Order is ignored, it creates chaos and affects ourselves and those around us. For years, I did things the way I wanted to do them. Unfortunately, I never seemed to make all the pieces of the puzzle fit. I found I was miserable and I was making those around me miserable. My mission now is two-fold: daily implement the Law of Order in my life and challenging others to do the same. There are four steps everyone must take when applying the Law of Order: Admin, Identify, Create and Implement. How to Apply the Law of Order First: Admit You Have a Problem. It’s like they always say – the first step to every problem is to admit you do have a problem. Second: Identify What Is Causing the Problem. Symptoms are easier to identify than root problems. They distract us and keep us from taking the time to dig in and identify the root problem. Now is the time. Don’t procrastinate any longer. Third: Create a Plan that Addresses the Problem. Confusion and disorder arise from lack of communication, understanding and direction. Creating a written plan elevates most of these issues. Take the plan from mental thought to written document. Fourth: Implement the Plan. Implementation and consistency are critical to your success. Applying, versus simply knowing is what gets you to where you want to go.