The secret of happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy less. Attributed to Socrates. There is a lot of chatter on the internet about what it is to be a minimalist and what constitutes a "genuine" minimalist lifestyle. Some of the posts and tweets seem to … Continue reading Living deliberately: where do we start?
Category: Living Deliberately
Living Deliberately: shedding our false skins.
Take the time to see beyond the superficial and reflect on how we appear to the world.
The Minimalist Mind: listening to learn.
If we want to be heard, first we need to listen and only then to talk. This permits our mind to see through it's own clutter, and gives us a chance to learn.
The Minimalist Mind: paying attention to the right stuff.
Use mental minimalism to get rid of the unecessary extra "noise" in the world.
Living deliberately: Avoiding the Brain Drain.
If you want to concentrate then keeping your phone in another room helps - a lot.
The Importance of Selective Focus
Living deliberately. Choosing where to apply your focus.
Living with purpose: How to increase your functional IQ
Keep your mental space free of clutter to live at your best.
Why Multi-tasking is not a good idea.
When we do one thing at a time we live with greater freedom.
Living deliberately: decluttering the mind to live with freedom.
Choose where to focus attention to unclutter the mind.