How much energy do you expend thinking about daily tasks? Find out how to free up your energy, embrace the power of NO, and let go of the mental mind clutter so you can start taking action on what is important to you.
Thousands of Repetitive Thoughts
We have thousands of thoughts each day and this can cause our energy can become scattered. If you find yourself thinking about the same things you need to do over and over, you are expending an incredible amount of energy on what is just a small handful of things. Expending your energy on many small tasks results in mental mind clutter.
I want you to notice what you think about when you walk around your house. Are thoughts coming up about what needs fixing, cleaning, or how you were going to organize your desk? How many times do you walk by the cobweb in the hallway and think to yourself; “I need to take care of that,” but the cobweb remains in place the next day?
Pay attention to those small fleeting thoughts you have when you are walking around your home or office. Listen to those quiet “I should take care of that” thoughts that end up cluttering your mind. All of those unresolved thoughts hang with you and suck your energy.
The problem is by failing to complete those small things; your energy becomes drained and it gets difficult to accomplish any other goals. All of those niggling small items clog up our energy. We end up feeling like all of those things must get finished before we can work on the larger goals.
How to Free Up Your Energy
Right now, take out a piece of paper and a blue pen and start writing down every one of those small things that you keep thinking about over and over. I want you to write everything that you have been meaning to do, fix, change, or remove. List everything that has been begging for completion.
Your list might include fixing the screen door, organizing your desk, rearranging your kitchen shelves or cleaning the garage.
Now, dedicate a full day within the next week where you work on nothing else but crossing those items off your list. Make the necessary calls for a repair person to get the job done if the project is too large to tackle yourself.
Once you finish those small nagging items, think of how much energy will now be available to put toward your bigger dreams and goals.
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