Removing clutter to focus

I have learned from good friends that a cluttered mind is unable to focus. When you have too much going on in your head, you can’t aim for the most important of priorities. They are there, but hard to reach. Like a messy room, you can’t find your shoes if they are buried under a sea of shirts. Remove what is not needed and keep your head clear of distractions.



To simulate this lesson, I will use my Debian laptop with multiple applications open to show, that even though you have brain capacity (memory), to store information, you are still putting too much on your mind. Sometimes, you just have to let things go.


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