How To Get Rid Of All The Paper In Your Life

Clear the Clutter, Go Paperless, and Live Free

When my Grandmother died, she left behind some clothes, a little furniture, and approximately one banker’s box full of papers, letters, birth certificates, and so forth. In my grandparent’s generation, the average person accumulated very little in the way of paper documents over their lifetime. Today it’s different. My wife and I receive, through the daily mail alone, more paper in a single month than my grandmother accumulated in her entire life.


A few days ago, I was moving a pile of papers from one place to another, so I could find a different piece of paper. I realized that I have paper hiding in file cabinets, desk drawers, closets, and boxes stored in my basement and garage (and at least a half dozen boxes stored in a warehouse in Indiana). Mounds of paper lurking in the shadows of my life.  This, I thought, has crossed into the borderland of insanity.

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3 Keys To Making This Your Best Year Ever

You want the coming new year to be your best year ever. What are the most important factors to ensure that’s what happens?

3 Crucial Keys To

Surprisingly, focusing on just 3 factors can dramatically improve your chances of making the coming year the best you have ever experienced. I plan to focus on these primary areas as I enter the new year. I encourage you to join me.

4 Secrets for a Breakthrough New Year

Chances are, you’re thinking about 2015, and how you can make a “fresh start” in the new year.


The very end of the year is the perfect time to set your objectives for the coming year. But there’s a danger in doing this, as well.

The danger is “Resolution Syndrome” – the fact that most New Year’s Resolutions don’t work. most resolutions have been broken before January is over.

And we all know the cycle…