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1 Easy, Free, Simple Way to Reduce Mental Clutter & UP Productivity

March, 27 2020

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Dr. Brynn
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What is 1, Easy, Simple, Free, Satisfying Way to Reduce Mental Clutter, Free Up Mental Space, Increase Cognitive Capacity & Increase Productivity & Motivation?
Great for you (or the whole family) any day of the week, as you self-isolate & WFH.

If I hadn't been a business-brain scientist, I think I would have been a professional organizer.

You've probably never been to my home (and my videos are filmed in a studio), but if you have, you'd know I am 'militant minimalist'.

Why? Because physical clutter leads to mental clutter. I don't know about you, but as a knowledge worker, content producer and researcher, I can't afford to let 'stuff' compromise my brain or cognitive capacity.

Having a clean office is not only easy on the eyes but is also easier on the brain, according to the research.

Today we talk actual tips on how to go about cleaning, organizing & decluttering - here are the steps I actually follow!

Clutter - Does It Really Matter? 00:22

Pro Tip #1: Pretending Your Stuff Isn't Yours Anymore 01:27

Pro Tip #2: Deleting, Donating & Dispersing 01:50

Pro Tip #3: Digitize Everything 02:42

Pro Tip #4: Pack It Up Like You're Moving 03:32

Pro Tip #5: Categorizing is Organizing 04:17

Success Insight #1: Why Physical Clutter = Mental Clutter 05:21

Success Insight #2: Why 'Stuff' Isn't Friend but Foe & Depletes Your MOST Valuable Resource 05:45

Success Insight #3: Why Organized People Command More Respect 06:18

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