Declutter your mind : how to stop worrying, relieve anxiety, and eliminate negative thinking / by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
By: Scott, S.J.
Contributor(s): Davenport, Barrie.Publisher: Hertfordshire, U.K. : Oldtown Publishing, 2016Description: 155 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781535575089.Subject(s): Personal development | Stress | Psychology | Behaviour
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|Book||Australia||209 SCO 2016 (Browse shelf)||Available||CA009937|
|Book||Australia||209 SCO 2016 (Browse shelf)||Available||CA009788|
|Book||New Zealand||209 DEC (Browse shelf)||Available||CA009492|
|Book||New Zealand||209 DEC (Browse shelf)||Available||CA009469|
INTRODUCTION: How thoughts determine our outcomes -- Barrie's story -- Steve's story -- Why you need to declutter your mind. DECLUTTERING YOUR THOUGHTS: Four causes of mental clutter -- Focused deep breathing -- Meditation -- Reframe all negative thoughts -- Teach your old mind new tricks. DECLUTTERING YOUR LIFE OBLIGATIONS: The importance of core values -- Identify your core values -- Clarify your life priorities -- Focus on mindful goal setting -- Create quarterly S.M.A.R.T. goals -- Connect goals to your passions. DECLUTTERING YOUR RELATIONSHIPS: The negative impact of bad relationships -- Be more present -- Getting unstuck from your past -- Mindfulness with your partner -- Let go of certain people. DECLUTTERING YOUR SURROUNDINGS: The value of decluttering your surroundings -- Simplify your home -- Simplify your digital life -- Simplify your activities -- Simplify your distractions (to overcome procrastination) -- Simplify your actions. CONCLUSION: Final thoughts on decluttering your mind -- 400 words that identify your values.
Explains habits, actions and mindsets to clear mental clutter and negativity to become more focused, productive and content. Describes how to identify core values, clarify priorities and establish work, personal and relationship strategies to achieve goals and reduce stress.