Tidying the Mind Part 3: Purging Negative Self Talk

I’m hopeful you have begun the Tidy Up process as described in my two former blogs The Art of Tidying the Mind Parts 1 & 2. If so, you have identified the language that derails you, moved onto the purging phase, and are now ready to incorporate a tidy mind going forward. Kondo’s process emphasizes discarding all unwanted and unneeded material at the same time. Mind Tidying, however, may take a week or month or even a full year. It is important to make a solid commitment to the work so as to get to the bottom of it, allowing new mental processes to become natural habits. The Path to Peak Performance typically comes in the form of reassessing negative self-concepts and the ideas that come tog

Tidying the Mind Part 2: Recognize & Re-Organize

I’m hopeful you have begun the Tidy Up process as described in my blog of June 27th: The Art of Tidying the Mind Part 1. If so, you have identified the language that derails you, and are ready to move on to the purging phase. Marie Kondo’s process of tidying requires thorough honesty and excavation of habitual mental processes. We can use this metaphor of tidying a physical home for developing and maintaining an orderly mindset. Kondo begins with teaching the actual art of tidying -- reorganizing the items in the home -- using it to reduce material clutter in order to reduce distractions. “The work involved can be broadly divided into two kinds: deciding whether or not to dispose of somethi

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