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Anxiety often arises from disorganized thoughts and emotions. Practice mental cleaning through journaling, listing worries, talking to someone or scheduling worry time.
Organize your thoughts and plans in a list to gain clarity and calm.
Clarity comes from identifying your most important goals and tasks, ranking them, and scheduling time to work on them. Use the 80/20 principle to prioritize.
Schedule focus time for high priority projects first. Learn when you have peak energy to tackle tough tasks.
Clutter is nothing more than postponed decisions.
Decluttering your mind space aids decision making by helping you focus on pertinent information. Avoid decision fatigue by reducing trivial choices.
Streamline wardrobe and meals. Apply “good enough” principle to avoid perfectionism traps when choices are similar.
Avoid distractions from phone, email, social media, and interruptions. Multitasking reduces efficiency.
Creating distraction-free time blocks to focus on important projects boosts productivity significantly.
Turn off notifications and assign set times to check messages.
Declutter Your Mind by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport aims to help readers overcome information overload, negative thinking, distraction, and stress through mindfulness, focus, and mental decluttering strategies. It offers actionable advice to quiet the mind, increase focus, practice mindfulness, and achieve mental clarity.
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