If your cup is full, you can’t pour water in it. That’s one of the governing principles of all time. It’s impossible to turn the tide of your life and to rewrite your history if you act depending on unsorted issues from your past.

Your life puzzle will continue to form same picture if you continue to use the same elements. It doesn’t matter how many times you try to mix them differently.

Use a reset to start a mindful formation of yourself and your new path.

Don’t achieve this by searching for new goals, declaring how you see yourself in five years, or by analyzing your mission and purpose. This whole process will be stuck in your old beliefs, which are the ones that take away a whole lot of your energy.

You should start by decluttering your life, both physically and mentally.

Uncontrolled hoarding leads to two things:

  1. Endless repetition of your past. Your life starts to be filled with déjà vu.
  2. Deceleration of life speed. It’s when you look at those who are able to do three times as much as you do and can’t wrap your mind around the fact how they manage that. Success in life and self-actualization in all spears of life is only possible at full speed.

It makes sense to tidy up your life in three dimensions: past, present, and (don’t be surprised) future. Pardon my French, but yes, there is already a pile of shit dumped on your future, and that’s something you need to clean as well.

Start with the present. It’s the most objective. It’s here and now. A full-scale purge of the current moment will vitalize and energize you. Believe me, those are the sensations you will undoubtedly need again.

The main thing is to get rid of all the hanging questions from your to do list.

I’d like to mention that I don’t suggest you polish your present all at once like some Cinderella (well, sure it would be useful!) — At first, you need to sort out the mess and bring «unsolved cases» to a close, even if you have to reset them. You have to take out the tasks from a waiting-list and bring them into operation if they have been there for more than a couple of weeks. This will truly invigorate you.

Here are the things to do this weekend to get a good start at re-vamping your life:

1.Throw away trash

Get rid of all the trash. Discard it, give it away, or take it to a foster house. Never use the «I’ll put it in this box and maybe someday take it to a church». Actually take it away. Don’t leave anything on a waiting-list.

So, what is junk?

It’s everything you don’t use. Here’s the deal: everything you haven