When it comes to decluttering your home or office, it’s probably a chore you don’t get too excited about. Especially with all the emotions that can come up as you’re going through and purging things.
I get it, believe me. But I also get that the people who are most successful, don’t live in clutter – they can’t because they wouldn’t be able to function at their highest level if they did.
To help tackle this topic, I’ve invited Allie Casazza – founder of The Life Minimalist and host of The Purpose Show – to discuss what it means to live a minimalist life, and how decluttering your space can not only reduce stress, but can make you more successful in life and business.
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Begin an Uncluttered Journey Takeaways
Living a minimalist life is about having less crap so I can focus on living my life instead of cleaning up after it. – Allie Casazza
In my business, I don’t have to know how to do all the things, but I have to know all the things that are being done. – Patrice Washington
Less time is not always the way to simplify in your business. – Allie Casazza
There is something deeply therapeutic about getting a closet cleaned out. – Allie Casazza
How we treat our space teaches other people how to treat us. – Patrice Washington
If I take myself back down to the level of status quo, there are people out there who will not be reached because I retreated. – Allie Casazza
I learned how to be a rich person. – Allie Casazza
Where are you when it comes to clutter? Are you someone who keeps stacks of anything and everything around or are you like Allie and purposeful in what you keep? Has decluttering made you more successful in life and business? We’d love to know.
And with that, let’s dig into Allie’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.
“Feeling the inner balance of I’m not worried about money, I’m not worried about my relationships, I feel connected to God, I feel successful and centered and solid and confident – If I’m in that place, things are going well and that’s success.”