As part of our series on small things you can do to make a big difference, today’s simple tip for reducing clutter is: make a decision!
Barbara Hemphill of the Productive Environment Institute coined the phrase “clutter is postponed decisions.” When we leave email in our inbox, or things scattered around our homes or offices, we feel not only distracted by the visual clutter, but also increasingly overwhelmed because each of those messages and items represents a decision we know we still need to make.
In this short video, Debbie Rosemont explains a simple process for making decisions about your email and your things, so that you can eliminate clutter from your inbox and your home or office.
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