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The Clear Mind and the Box in the Garage

In this post we looked at a procedure for getting a clear mind, and I emphasized the need to get absolutely everything out of your mind, and onto a piece of paper, so you can sort those items into three lists: “delete”, “to be done”, and “maybe later”. In this post I want to highlight […]

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5 Steps to a Clear Mind

Have you ever tried working on a project only to find thoughts from all the other areas of your life intruding in your mind, making it difficult to concentrate on the task at hand? This kind of distracted state can be debilitating. It might be a sign you have ADD and could benefit from any […]

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The Clear Mind Procedure (Illustrated)

Hey all. I was playing around with the tool at easel.ly, and thought I’d try my hand at illustrating the Work With Flow “Clear Mind Procedure”. After an hour, I came up with this. Not the prettiest graphic in the world, but I think the illustration makes the procedure very easy to understand. If you […]

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Clear Mind, Effective Action Exit Survey

Hi. Jim Stone here. If you’re reading this page, you probably just finished reading “Clear Mind, Effective Action”, and are now checking out the “Fractal Heads” blog. If you don’t mind, I’d like to stop you for a couple minutes first and ask you for two favors. First, if you liked the ebook you just […]

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Clear Mind, Effective Action

I just finished writing a 56 page eBook, I’m calling “Clear Mind, Effective Action”. This eBook outlines the “Fractal Planning Method” for planning your projects, and managing your work day. In the book, you’ll learn about the concept of “fractal awareness”, and how that helps with the following: Getting your whole life organized Breaking down […]

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