Reduce the Clutter, Adapt the Space
3 Tips to becoming organized, productive, and even comfortable
Table of Contents
· Tips to Improve your Space
∘ TIP 1: The days of Printing are Over
∘ TIP 2: No More Notebooks, Paper, or Pens
∘ TIP 3: Update Space to Adapt to TIPs 1 and 2
· In Summary
Over time, ideally, processes and systems that are regular are established — whether a product of experiences or external sources. The former, in many respects, is at the core of philosophical teachings on self-improvement (e.g., Covey’s 7 Habits of highly effective person) as a function of increased self-awareness (e.g., Tolle’s The Power of Now). On the other hand, the latter can be considered more as the cherry on top, for it spans the lessons learned from others — whether directly or indirectly, formal or informal, intentional or the essence of nature. This allows us to enhance our already established selves in ways that would not be possible if everyone was separated, alone in a vacuum, unable to communicate. Thus, all we know is what we can figure out on our own, leaving behind thousands and even millions of years of pre-existing knowledge to extend.
With that said, I am here to relieve you in that we will not be discussing the inner workings of what makes us learn, grow, adapt, and prosper — though it would be a fascinating exploration, here, in the now, I am not qualified to share such thoughts with rigor. However, what I am about to share with you could change how you operate: the systems and processes that drive so many of our day-to-day tasks. I will share the three tips and tricks I have recently adopted: components that optimized many parts of my life in work and leisure. I will share how having less drastically improved my workspace, hobby space, and even gaming space!
Over the years, I have experienced vastly different circumstances that demanded adaptation to thrive. Early on, it was digging clams, where…