5 Steps to Simplify

5 Steps to Simplify

5 Steps to Simplify Your Life.

Simplicity has a number of benefits that can help us achieve our goals and live happier, more fulfilling lives. Some of the key benefits include:


  • Reduced stress and anxiety: When we keep things simple, we are less likely to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. This can help us feel more relaxed and focused, which in turn can lead to better performance and decision-making.


  • Improved focus and productivity: When we simplify our lives, we can focus better on the things that matter most. This can lead to improved productivity, as we are able to accomplish more in less time.


  • Better relationships: When we simplify our relationships, we can build stronger bonds with the people we care about. This can lead to more meaningful connections and a greater sense of purpose.




In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to get bogged down by complexity. With so many things vying for our attention, it can be tempting to try to do too much all at once. However, the truth is that success often comes from keeping things simple.

So, how can we simplify our lives and tap into the power of simplicity to achieve success?


Here are 5 few simple steps to get you started:

1. Prioritise


Take some time to think about what you really want to achieve in life. What are your top priorities?

Your priorities can be grouped and categorised based on your goals. Choose 3 goals so that you can ensure that you are devoting your time and energy to the things that are most important to you, rather than spreading yourself too thin.

Under each goal you can create a clear list of priorities that can make decision-making easier and allow you to easily manage your time. Priorities can be defined by anything that takes you significantly closer to your goals.

Take a look at what you have written down, give each item a score out of 10 to see if it leads you closer to your goals.

2. Simplify your schedule

Simplify your schedule

Take a look at your daily routine and see where you can simplify. Here are a few questions to ask yourself;

  • Do you know your daily routine?
  • Do you have a schedule? Do you stick to it?
  • Could you streamline your schedule at all?

A great way to simplify your schedule is to theme your days so they are easy to remember. Work out which are your most productive days and make sure you have at least a 3 hour block where you are not seeing clients.


3. Declutter your environment

Declutter your environment

Simplifying your physical surroundings can have a big impact on your mental state. Take some time to declutter your home, office, or workspace. Get rid of anything that is no longer serving you and focus on keeping things organised and streamlined.

Make sure you have a system for how you store your paperwork! Knowing how to find things quickly will also simplify your approach.


4. Use Technology Wisely

Use technology wisely

While technology can be a powerful tool for simplifying your life, it can also be a source of distraction and overwhelm. Use technology mindfully by setting boundaries around screen time, turning off notifications, and using productivity apps or tools to help you stay organised and focused.

If you need to stay on top of productivity, try sticking to old school with a simple pen and paper list.


5. Limit Choices

Limit choices

Too many options can be overwhelming, so consider limiting your choices in certain areas of your life, such as your wardrobe, diet, or daily routine. This can help simplify decision-making and reduce stress.

  • What could you prepare for lunch so you don’t have to think about it?
  • Could you have a work wardrobe? Try keeping those items in a separate section of your wardrobe
  • Do you have a set work day for hours?

Each time you reduce the constant array of decision making that pops up in our lives the easier that life becomes. 


Action Steps

So, what is one thing that you can simplify this week? Is there somewhere that you can pull back a little in order to give yourself a mental break?

It might be huge or tiny, you get to choose your own adventure

But make sure it’s an action fuelled decision and not a thought.

The difference between good and great is action!

Take Action

This blog has been created and designed to inspire you to Become the Creative Director of your life.

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Creative Leader | Speaker & Facilitator

Leina Broughton


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