Meet my guest Jill Morris, we are talking about the mindset you need to declutter your to-do lists.In last weeks episode, number 23 called Social Clutter and Full Calendars I already explored full calendars and long to-do lists a little bit. I shared with you my tips on how to create a schedule that is aligned with your priorities and creates a life that you enjoy.
Today I talk with Jill about her approach of decluttering the to-do list. Jill is a life coach for artists and musicians and as a musician herself, she is passionate about getting more art out into the world.
That's why she helps fellow artists, creatives and musicians with decluttering their to-do lists. So if you still struggle with an overfull calendar and a too long to-do list, here is what we talked about:
- If you have all the time in the world you will fill it with something. but if you don't decide ahead of time what you're going to fill it with, it ends up being a lot of just buffering things like scrolling Social Media
- The process of decluttering your to do list is simply a matter of deciding what you're going to do, and at the same time accepting that you're not going to do all of it.
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Jill is a life coach for artists and musicians. A musician herself, she is passionate about getting more art out into the world! She lives in Seattle with her partner and their dog Domino.
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