◆ Why can you become a "rich man" by practicing discarding?
I abandoned most of what I had when I moved. When she decided to throw away all the clothes she never used in one season, she left half of her suit, 30% of clothing, 10% of documents, and 20% of books. Home appliances were sold at auctions and almost all miscellaneous goods were discarded.
Since there is almost no tie throughout the year, we only need five ties. I reduced the frequency of wearing suits, so 4 winter clothes and 4 summer clothes are enough.
I think that I need to buy a book again if I feel it is necessary, leaving only the practical books necessary for work and the masterpieces I want to read repeatedly, just business books go to book off.
Magazines are all about freshness in the first place, so if you read them back later, they are almost all information. Therefore, only necessary parts are broken, scanned and discarded. Most of the documents were scanned and discarded.
Thanks to that, the layout is almost the same size, but it can be used more widely. And nothing has gone wrong.
◆ Discarding will stop buying things
Somehow, I was collecting too much things for later life and paying rent to keep things. Or perhaps they just felt the room was small because of the things.
When I opened an unreleased information product that I bought in the past [a know-how product that made me profitable in this way], I realized that I was making a mistake.
Layouts with little storage are said to be inconvenient. Sure, that's right, but it doesn't seem to be enough. For example, if you decide not to buy because there is no place to put it, it may stop you from buying more than you need.
Of course, it is troublesome that you can not put what you really need, but you will ponder, "Is it necessary even if the house becomes small?" Has the advantage of reducing
◆ Decision of separation also leads to business
Furthermore, throwing away is the act of distinguishing what is necessary from what is unnecessary, so it is one decision.
Earlier, on TV, we saw that there weren't many things in rich homes, but poor people were scattered in junk.
It seems that I can hear the tsukkomi saying, "Well, I'm living in a house with plenty of storage!", But I imagined that the decision-making ability to discard it depends on it.
If "can not be abandoned" means "indecisive", maybe this will affect your ability to work.
For example, to build a long-term relationship of trust, make a decision to abandon sales in front of you. Even if it is a traditional business that has continued since its inception, if it is in the red, it will decide to withdraw. Even thoughtful research that has invested a large amount of money decides to abandon it if it can not be commercialized.
Speaking of which, I spent nearly 1 million yen to get a US Certified Public Accountant qualification, but I abandoned working in this field because I could not eat it with my qualification. That's why I have my present, so I think it wasn't bad at the end.
Throwing away may be a good opportunity to discover not only things and information but also new aspects of yourself.
Sentence = Tokio Kodo [money guide]