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5 Tips for Reducing Mental Clutter Quickly

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I started with a College Degree in Business but I have been an Internet marketer and writer for 10+ years and have written 5,000+ high quality articles in diverse topics. I have also written 20,000+ comments on and 1,000+ blogs and/or websites. I have been working closely with Kingsley, the admin of for 10+ years and have been in the's administrative team since the first day in 2012. I highly recommend's Coaching and Partnership Program.
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  • Profile photo of Arun Profile

    Hey Ryan,

    You are like Superman! You effortlessly juggle between different roles. And in the process, you make sure that ‘quality’ is not compromised! I’ve always been amazed by your ‘work rate’ :)

    You said it right, mental clutter, tension and depression are some of the byproducts that this busy life provides us with. After taking up my new job, I’ve been experiencing this.

    In the beginning, each day when I woke up, a flood of ‘to dos’ would hit my mind. I used to say to myself- ‘I have so much work to do..’

    This only made matters worse! You said slowing down and taking deep breath helps. Will definitely those methods out.

    #4, Prioritizing things is something that I’ve started working on. Now, each morning, when the flood of ‘to dos’ show up, I sit down and choose the ‘most important tasks’.

    I make sure that I select and execute the crucial tasks first. This makes sure that the day had been productive and time well spent :)

    Prioritizing, I must say, has greatly helped me reduce mental clutter and stress, by helping me sort things out. Inspiring write up Ryan. Thanks Sunday, for sharing this link here.


    • Profile photo of Barb Brady Profile

      Hi Arun again,
      We must be reading the same posts!

      I agree with you on prioritizing. I thought I was so organized and was good at prioritizing. But I have found lately, I am just running and “reacting”. I am an accountant and I have a consulting job . . . which is a little crazy at year-end. And believe it or not, we are still coming out of year-end.

      Add that to blogging and Yikes. I like reading this article and your comment. I have to remember when I get sucked in to the reacting mode, I have to step back and remember that I need to prioritize!

      Sunday, I like the post. Thanks for sharing it.

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    I never knew that you are that kind of man Ryan, your list quite long I guess. To have a venture like yours is totally difficult for a lazy human; you are really an astounding man! I must state that you cannot be victorious if you don’t help out.

    Prioritizing what needs to be more prioritized is a must to do if you have a hectic timetable. Pretty sure you always get up early in the morning since you have much stuff to accomplish.

    You’re the man Ryan! Great tips too, as usual! :)
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  • Profile photo of Barb Brady Profile

    Oh my goodness. I like point #1. I find myself being so busy sometimes. I don’t lik to say that out loud because I don’t like it in our “real” life when you ask someone how they are doing and they say I am so busy. Sometimes it comes across as “I really don’t even have time to answer the question for you, I am so busy”.

    So, I rarely say those words. But sometimes I do think them.

    I have tried this tip; not only in typing words but in writing words. When I look at my “to do” list and can’t read my writing, something is wrong. I actually have very readable hand writing. So, when I can’t even read it, I know I have gone too far in rushing around.

    P.S. Grateful is the key word in my family. I have stressed that to my children since they were very little.

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    Hi Ryan,
    Just a quick note. I am laughing. I am coming off a stressful week. Lot’s of accounting deadlines. Yikes. Today I sat down and redid my to do list just because I like to leave work with a clean desk and a plan for Monday … and I wrote slowly. Yes, I wrote slowly. :)

    It was so much better.

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  • Profile photo of Princewill Okafor Profile

    You sure do alot Ryan, good a thing you mentioned priortizing, But I will like to say there has to be discipline to follow through on all that is on your to do list

    Knowing what to do at a particular time and doing it straight up, it takes alot of discipline to do that…

    Sleep is very important, you need it to be recharged to get on the activity for the next day…Good point

    Love how you explained being grateful as one of the things to clear mental clutter, I wouldn’t have thought in the that direction, though am always grateful for everything I have and the ones am yet to get…

    Please I would want you to review my blog…I will be waiting to hear from you..Thanks for sharing
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