by Susan McCarthy
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Everyday practice: Question the tasks that fill your day. If they aren't important, are they cluttering your schedule?
For years, I've collected quotes, copying lines from books or noting quotes that other authors highlight in their books. Here are some of the inspiring, get-your-butt-moving quotes I jotted down while reading Eat that Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy.
So, what's all this time management stuff have to do with simplifying your life? Just the way you get rid of the clutter of things that overwhelm you, it's also important to strip away the tasks that distract us from what we want our life to look like. It doesn't happen all at once. It does require that you figure out what's important before you know where to put your attention and energy.
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