I was doing three live hour-and-a-half Clutter Busting talks a week on the meditation app Insight Timer. But it was exhausting. So I cut it back to three talks every other week and I’ve been feeling much better. It was a good clutter bust. Sometimes activities can be clutter. If you are interested in attending the live talks or taking any of my de-cluttering courses on Insight Timer, go to the following link and choose “follow” https://insighttimer.com/BrooksPalmer
I also created some boundaries for the live talks which served me. Previously people typed the questions about their clutter busting situations whenever they wanted. It wasn’t working for me because there was a long list of questions on the page which distracted me from the one question I was answering. So, I asked people to wait until I finished helping someone before they type in the question. Also, I asked people not to give advice to anyone about their clutter situation. I want the talk to encourage people to look within themselves for their solution. We’re so used to go outside of ourselves to discover what we need. Each of us has our own personal answers which suit us.
At first I felt awkward stating the new rules. I thought people might resent them. But then I realized when someone is in a position of being a teacher or a leader, they need to provide boundaries. It supports the teaching itself.