What impact does your environment have on your creativity and productivity?
Disorganisation can prevent you from quickly laying your hands on the information you need in your business or life admin. What’s more, clutter creates frustration and slows you down.
Clutter can be either physical clutter or mental clutter – messy desk, too many unfinished projects in progress, and focusing on perfectionism when perfect isn’t necessary.
Outer order contributes to inner calm
In this Business Growth Summit for Women Entrepreneurs session with Gretchen Rubin, you’ll discover how to create the right level of outer order to suit your business and your life.
“What you do everyday matters more than what you do once in a while”
Hear about Gretchen’s game-changing daily habits that contribute to order. Like the “One Minute Rule”:
Anything you can do in less than a minute, do it right away. Print out a letter and file it. Respond to an email with a quick one-paragraph reply.
This gets rid of a lot of the tiny tasks that are the scum on the surface of life. Deal with them as you go and you can create and maintain order, leaving room in your life for the things that make you happy.
BUSINESS GROWTH SUMMIT FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
FREE – 25 February to 1 March
Declutter and Organise to Make More Room for Happiness
Watch this Summit session with Gretchen Rubin to discover:
- How outer order contributes to INNER CALM
- One of the worst uses of your precious time is unnecessary busy work
- How to LET GO OF THE CLUTTER OF UNFINISHED PROJECTS, without guilt
- Use the “Ten Minute Closer” and the “One Minute Rule” to transform your productivity
- Why there’s no right way to CREATE AND MAINTAIN ORDER
- How to fREE YOUR MIND (AND YOUR SHELVES) for what you truly value
Gretchen Rubin is a four-time New York Times bestselling author, podcaster, and speaker, creator of the Four Tendencies framework, exploring happiness and good habits. Her latest book is Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make More Room for Happiness.
Business Success takes mastering the Outer Game (the tactics and skills, the knowledge) AND also (and almost more importantly) the Inner Game (the mindset, barriers to growth and self-limited actions and thoughts).
You can get access to 15 brilliant business minds, including Gretchen Rubin, for one week only.