Our homes, offices, and live are more cluttered than ever before. A recent UCLA study revealed that American families are overwhelmed by their stuff. We are sold the idea that our things will save us time and money all while making our lives easier. But the truth is our stuff is suffocating our lives. Clutter costs money. It devalues our home. It takes up valuable space - both physically and mentally. Clutter sucks our time and keeps us from doing the things we want to do.
"I wish I hadn't wasted my money."
Every year more than 40% of Americans set out to improve their lives through New Year Resolutions. But the fact is only 8% of people actually achieve their goals. Unfortunately, traditional approaches to setting and reaching goals forget the complex nature of life. If you have ever felt deflated by your inability to reach your most desired goals, you're not alone. It's time to rethink our approach. After all, life is not a scripted performance. It's an improvisation.