"Clutter" is not just in our visible world - have you ever stopped to think how much is going on in our invisible world? Emotional dependencies are also a form of clutter which can weigh you down and suck the life-force out of you, and with our hectic lifestyles, it is no wonder that our brains feel scrambled all the time as well.
Are you always giving up? Are you always quitting half way through? Do you make up your mind but once again here you are stuck and can't seem to go forward? If you answer yes to any of these questions, this book is for you. Why people give up on a goal is explored in detail with strategies to get back on track. It follows on from the previous book to equip listeners with physical and mental tools to not only understand the psychological reasons for quitting, but to develop real skills to recognize and accept the inner demotivators and move on from there.
"A very nice pep talk"
Learning to declutter our lives is a lifelong task that we all need to take seriously. When we are children, we have our parents following us around and cleaning up after us. As we enter the teenage years, we begin to take on responsibilities and begin to give ourselves structure. When we become adults, we soon become aware that there is too much to do and very little time to do it. This is where setting a plan and a goal will help us develop strong habits.