How to Declutter Your Mind – Keep a Journal: Ryder Carroll (Transcript)

I’ve been doing this for years, and it’s shown me just how much power I actually do have in shaping my life. It’s allowed that young struggling kid with ADD to stand on this stage today in front of you. It’s also allowed this adult to get through the speech, but we’re almost there.

OK, so, to recap: reflect – declutter your mind by creating a mental inventory, get rid of what doesn’t matter.

ideate – figure out ways to pursue the things that interest you by creating small actual projects;

dedicate – get into a daily practice of keeping your mental inventory updated.

Reflect, ideate, dedicate.

Rid yourself of the things that don’t matter, so you have the time and the energy to focus on the things that do.

I’ll help you go from leading that busy life to leading an intentional life, to close that gap. An intentional life is the one that you want to live not the one that you endure.

The intentional life has the power to grant you more of those beautiful moments in the sun.

Thank you.


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The Habit Journal: How To Achieve Any Goal

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