Why We Must Master The Art Of Not Caring:
We’re living in a tedious era and decluttering has always been a part of our life.
Be it our home, personal life or mental state, everybody want to eliminate things that annoy us, make us feel uncomfortable or make life monotonous, in pursuit of a joyful and happy life.
The things that matter most are the things that could make us cheerful or leave us saddened.
We, homo sapiens, tend to make our life complicated while trying to make everyone happy.
What we don’t understand is, it’s okay to leave something as it is.
Our non-stop perseverance to make everyone happy turns our life into hell.
On our way to make everything right, we end up losing our precious time, energy and hard-earned money.
We seek to liberate ourselves from the negatives of this world.
We search on the Internet and read various articles to declutter negatives but end up doing nothing.
I, on the other hand, have been following a method of making life happy and exciting.
Trust me, I’ve been doing this for many years now and this has phenomenally changed my life.
Anyone can follow this, only thing is you should be motivated enough to make your life cheerful.
So, the method is simple and I call it “The art of NOT CARING.”
What Is Art Of Not Caring:
Before I share how NOT CARING can change your life, we must know what it means to NOT CARE in the first place.
Suppose I say, I don’t care about Games of Thrones or I don’t care that I stutter.
It means I’m just not interested in Games of thrones or the fact that I stutter. No matter what others say.
Assuming we now understand what does it mean to not care, let’s define not care in terms of time, money and energy.
Why The Art Of Not Caring Is Important:
Let’s take the same example again. If I don’t care about my stuttering, which I never have, it means I do not waste my time thinking about what people would say about my stutter,
I don’t waste money on institutes or ads that promise to make you a fluent speaker.
And I don’t waste my energy in finding a permanent solution to it. Simple, I stutter, so be it.
More than 70 million people stutter worldwide including Tiger Woods, Hrithik Roshan, Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis, to name a few known personalities. (source: Google).
What came after implementing this method was nothing short of life-changing. Implementing this simple methodology in every aspect of life, I’ve saved my precious time, money and energy for years.
How The Art Of Not Caring Can Change Our Life:
Following the art of not caring changed three things in my life:
1. Attention span:
My attention span grew. I could focus on health, tasks, obligations, and relationships effortlessly.
I started planning on my goals and how to achieve it rather than wondering what people would think of me or my goals.
This is the best part. As I decluttered my mind from negativity, my mind started feeding me ideas I could use.
My framework towards life began to alter. It changed my approach to make life exhilarating.
I began to feel confident and it made me fearless.
I started doing what I like irrespective of what people would think.
I stopped being with people that annoy me or talk negatively.
They might think of me as a fool but that doesn’t matter, at all.
What matters is how am I feeling and what I’m thinking about myself.
Isn’t this the only thing we should be concerned about?
Let people do what they need to do to make them happy.
Mind your own business and do what you need to do to make you happy.
Trust me, minding our own business is PRICELESS.
How You Can Implement The Art Of Not Caring In Your Life:
Now the question is how did I reach this stage of freedom and how you all can implement this methodology. It has two steps:
Step 1. Do Not Care what people say or think and do your thing.
Step 2. Never forget step 1.
Simple. Isn’t it?
Let’s take a quick example to understand this better.
Suppose you’re working on your idea or dream that only you can understand and told everyone about it.
But people tend to criticize each other.
And those very people start saying how bad is your idea, this won’t work, you’re just wasting time and the list never stops.
Now you might feel an urge to let go of your idea or dream.
But implementing Step 1 here (Do Not Care what people say or think and do your thing) you can save yourself from your suffering.
Just ignore or don’t care about things that annoy or demotivate you and move on.
To conclude, life is short! Spend it with people who make you laugh, feel loved, and cherish your achievements.
Thanks for reading. Always good to see you again!