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The MOST Important Life Strategy There Is…

 

 

In today’s world, I think it’s fair to say that we’re ALL a little overwhelmed. With so many options and different commitments it’s really hard to just keep things simple.

We end up with email cluttering our inboxes, junk cluttering our houses, dishes cluttering our sinks.  Too much to read.  Too many commitments. Friends want our time, family wants our time, work wants our time.  After a while, everywhere you turn, there’s more to do!

Are you feeling overwhelmed yet?

Because I know this is true for most people, I want to share what I think might be the MOST important life strategy there is:

Simplification!

Take time to regularly simplify your life.  I promise you… EVERYTHING IS NOT IMPORTANT.

One of the best things I’ve ever done is to decide what is MOST IMPORTANT in my life, and then make a hard line and just stick to those things (as best I can).

In the interest of keeping this SIMPLE, I’ll end it after I ask one question:

What can you do right now to simplify your life?

About Rob Scott

Master coach, teacher, and lover of presence. I shift people's minds, and help them massively transform. Get in touch here.

  • Tracey

    Thanks Rob, your timing is truly uncanny!
    Great reminder from your earlier coaching & it arrived at the peak of an overwhelming amount of competing priorities! This reminder has served to focus my energy on what matters and will aid in improving my productivity!
    Thanks.

  • Deborah

    I need to stop making lists and just do something. I want to finish a second degree. I need to find a job – 15 months of unemployment is way too much.

  • I totaly agree on the importance of simplification. In fact, simplicity is one of my 3 core values, along with Freedom and Respect.

    From Reading the comments above, I’m not sure everyone really understand the meaning and purpose of simplifying your life.

    Anyway, if I had to choose one thing I could do to simplify my life…

    One thing that comes to mind is – buy less (or none) of those worthless “pretty” items that are scattered around the house and have no use what so ever (vases, statues etc). (more accurately – convince my wife to stop buying those :-)