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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Have Brain Clutter?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Have Brain Clutter?

Life can be full of worries, stresses, and endless things to do. Every day we are bombarded with thoughts of circumstances, plans, commitments, hardships or even ideas. As a result, the mind becomes cluttered with thoughts. Unfortunately, very little gets done when your brain is moving in many different directions all at once. If you long for some semblance of calm and clarity, then teach yourself how to free up mental space. With that in mind, here are some tips that help me unclutter my mind. 

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Cliff’s Priority #3 Doing what I was meant to do.
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Cliff’s Priority #3 Doing what I was meant to do.

One of my priorities is to discover and fulfill my ever-evolving life purpose. At this stage, I feel that my “mission” is to create useful and inspiring content for highly sensitive people. Drawing upon my personal experience as a HSP, I want to help others realize that high sensitivity, once you understand it, can be used to your advantage. My goal is to emphasize the strengths of high sensitivity and to encourage others to work with what they have.
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Are you concentration challenged?
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Are you concentration challenged?

Are you concentration challenged? As a highly sensitive person, I know that I am! I’ve found that improving my concentration has helped me get more done in less time without the sense of overwhelm when I have too many things on my mind.

Below are some of the major benefits of developing your ability to focus as well as some practical tips for achieving extreme concentration.

The Benefits of Improved Concentration

(1) You’ll be more productive. By devoting your full attention to whatever you’re doing at the moment, you’ll produce better quality work in less time. It really is this simple. (more…)

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