It's not clear how you did things, but here's how most of us accomplish this:
1. In Model space, create a title block border to paper scale (22"x34", ANSI A, or whatever size paper you'll be plotting to) that includes all of your borders, and company information, etc. Be sure to put the origin of this at 0,0 and allow for paper margins.
2. Include all attributes you might want for repeatable information, such as dates, Drawn by, Checked by, etc. Include any fields as well.
3. Make this entire assembly a block.
4. Now (!) go into the Layout space and Insert this block at 0,0. Set up all the plot configurations you might use for it.
5. Save this file as a Drawing Template (DWT).
From there as John notes, when you start a new drawing use this as your starting template file.
Remember also that this is MUCH more than just a title block template. If (and you should!) you include standard layers in the file, Text, Dimension, Multileader, and Table styles in your setup, and other settings, they will also come along for the ride everytime you start a file with this DWT.
It's not important that you get it all right or everything included the first time. But you should revisit it and update it frequently as you first start using it when you find things that are missing or need correction. It's a process that will take a bit of time... but save you much more in the long run and lead to consistency in your work.