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Summary

Feel overwhelmed by your thoughts? Struggling with anxiety about your daily tasks? Or do you want to stop worrying about life? The truth is we all experience the occasional negative thought. But if you always feel overwhelmed, then you need to closely examine how these thoughts are negatively impacting your lifestyle.

The solution is to practice specific mindfulness techniques that create more "space" in your mind to enjoy inner peace and happiness. With these habits, you'll have the clarity to prioritize what's most important in your life, what no longer serves your goals, and how you want to live on a daily basis. And that's what you'll learn in declutter your mind.

The goal of this book is simple: We will teach you the habits, actions, and mindsets to clean up the mental clutter that's holding you back from living a meaningful life.

You will learn:

  • Four causes of mental clutter
  • How to reframe all your negative thoughts
  • Four strategies to improve (or eliminate) bad relationships
  • The importance of decluttering the distractions that cause anxiety
  • A simple strategy to discover what's important to you
  • 400 words that help identify your values
  • The benefit of meditation and focused deep breathing (and how to do both)
  • How to create goals that connect to your passions

Declutter Your Mind is full of exercises that will have an immediate, positive impact on your mindset. Instead of just telling you to do something, we provide practical, science-backed actions that can create real and lasting change if practiced regularly.

©2016 S.J. Scott (P)2016 S.J. Scott

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Terrible narration

This was unbearable - I couldn't listen past the first five minutes due to the narrator using this weird speech style which makes it sound like it's being read aloud by a computer programme - its very stilted and there is no flow or expression in the delivery. Sounds like someone reading a telegram. Total waste of money

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  • rjj
  • Surrey
  • 17-04-18

this is time management not de cluttering

this is a. rehash of commonly available time management techniques and will do little to help vclear the mind.

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Very relatable

2018 and most books are not very intune with the modern society. This one is very relatable and definitely worth a second read /listen

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Brilliant!

Well worth listening to if you have lots going on in your life and want to get organised. No need to listen to all of it, you can just pick out the chapters which apply to you. A great listen. Thank you.

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  • jv
  • 13-11-17

stressful narration

lots of good content but the narration was exhausting. it felt like listening to a TV commercial being shouted at you with a deadline of signing up before the end of the advert. an American style of speaking heard on TV messages or the God channel urging you to repent

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Thought provoking book

very help full book ideal for an inquisitive mind
good for helping people with anxiety

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Fantastic

Really well set out and although I was initially unsure about the audio voice it was great. I was able to listen while I tidied and can easily re listen too. I know a lot of what was said from previous study, but great to hear and be mindful... And now re listen.

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very good

love this book. no fluff, straight to the point. lots of bullet points and easy to read and listen.

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Outstanding Book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Absolutely brilliant book, really practical with lots of quick wins.

What did you like best about this story?

You can get quick wins as well as take the longer view.

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  • Veronica C. Page
  • 03-06-17

Probably helpful

.. but I couldn't stay awake.

Basically the book had too much clutter to get through to even figure out how to declutter

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  • Steshaboof
  • 09-12-16

Horrible voiceover

Really couldn't get into this, as the voiceover sounded like a robot; this made it really hard to engage with.

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  • sknep
  • 21-11-16

Sounds like a news broadcast

Couldn't finish, the narration was incredibly boring. Didn't sound authentic. Hours of news voice without inflection

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  • John J.
  • 21-04-17

Horrible narrator. No Idea When Sentences Start Or Finish

I dont know how good the book is or isn't because I cant get passed the horrible narrator.
It sounds like an A.I robot was reading this. It was so difficult to figure out when a quote or sentence started or finished.
Read this book, dont dare listen to it

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  • Gulliver
  • 15-12-16

Generic blabbing

The book is just a filler for the sake of creating a book. Some generic advice, stop thinking about bad stuff, streamline your thoughts, but little practical application and therefore not very useful. You're unlikely to change anything in your life after reading this book.

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  • Ron Z.
  • 23-11-16

Narrator

Narrator was not motivating and soothing. Too fast. Maybe a female voice would have worked better.

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  • Boris Issavi
  • 19-07-17

Unoriginal and impractical!

The book is filled with cliches that offer very little practical application. It is littered with endless bullet points, many of which have sub-bullets. The authors try to offer advice on decluttering your life; instead they have created long laundry lists of junk tasks to keep up. The book accomplishes the opposite of what the title suggests!

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  • Andy
  • 09-07-17

Not recommended.

Did not like it. Superficial- nothing new. "Make a list, breathe right, priortize your life, etc...". Really? The advise is completely directive in nature. Do this, then do that. I am not connecting... Read instead "The simple are of not giving a f@$(".

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  • Patrick Daoust
  • 08-12-16

poor naration

content is ok although there arr a lot of generalities. Naration is rapid and monotonous. It lacks energy and punctuation.

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  • Frederick
  • 11-07-17

To fast ......

The narrator is going to fast, the book become boring and to much advertising. Not good

4 of 4 people found this review helpful