Start With Simple
Because Simple should receive the bulk of your attention.
With a little help from friends, here’s why simple is hard but well worth it:
Relax. Simple isn’t more difficult to achieve than the complicated. The energy and time are the same, and you don’t change what you do, just heading in a different direction. Changeless change? Sounds paradoxical, I know, but there’s truth in it which you’ll find in Simple – Simple with a capital S because it is a place on the map (even though only a mental map at this time).
Simplification is the first step to maxification.
Conventional strategies for dealing with life often result in you spreading your talent too thin to make an impact.
Simple provides the clarity needed for maxifying your impact, and fulfillment in all you do, at work and at home.
It’s effortless – all things being relative. It builds on your strengths, especially on your ability to respond.
It’ll give you an unfair advantage but you won’t find pleasure in the misfortune of those without.