We spend a lot of time doing busy work, ticking off as many boxes as possible.

I will help you take care of the right boxes.

When you simplify your life you have more energy for the things you care about. You wake up earlier, walk faster and look younger. And you get things done that in the past seemed impossible.

Admit it… you’ve seen promises made before.

This is not your first attempt at changing your life profoundly and lastingly. Maybe you felt like it at the time — Yay! Maybe you had run out of other options. Either way, you wonder…

How is this different?

It is simple.

You have to do this only once.

You can simplify your life in an hour. Without any risk. The Simpchange your life, not run it.

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Think about that — one hour to change the way you live your life profoundly.

It Doesn’t End There

It is a different approach to an enduring question.

What you focus on expands. 

  • Create a life that works for you.
  • Achieve the lifestyle you want.
  • Enjoy effortlessness in lieu of dealing with stress.
  • Find the life-work balance that suites you.
  • Don’t trust anyone. [Yup, that includes me]
  • Stop guessing.
  • Get more done.
  • Carry less weight on your shoulders.
  • Rebound and bloom after a major life accident.
  • New beginnings any time you want.
  • Extra firewood for self-development and beyond. 
  • Re-experience natural growth (when what’s preventing it is eliminated).
  • Free of behavior you later regret. 
  • Break through the modern challenges of clarity.
  • Think in the morning about the differences you want to see by the end of the day.
  • Thrive in a complex world.

These things are simpler than what you have been told, when you ignore 99% of the advice out there … and learn to be clumsy again.

We live in a complex world. No question about it.

How do you deal with it? How to create the life you love? Here’s how:

Off the California coast a humpback whale had become entangled in a spider web of lines and crab traps. Weighted down by hundreds of yards of rope wrapped around her body, her tail, her torso, and a line tugging in her mouth, she struggled to stay afloat.

A fisherman spotted her and radioed an environmental group for help. Within hours the rescue team arrived.

The whale was so badly off, they determined the only way to save her was to dive in and untangle her. A very dangerous proposition. One slap of the tail could kill a rescuer.

They worked for hours with curved knives and eventually freed her. When she was free, the divers say she swam in joyous circles, came back to each and every diver, one a time, nudged them and pushed them gently around. She thanked them.

Some said it was the most incredibly beautiful experience of their lives. The diver who cut the rope out of her mouth says her eye was following her the whole time, and she will never be the same.

Like that humpback whale, the fisherman and the divers, just be yourself. Do what you can.

All you need, you have already learned.

In fact, you’ve learned it so well you can do it in your sleep. I bet you’re not even aware you’re doing it right now.

We all are.

It impacts your life, or your writing, career, home-based business, marketing, finances or relationships.

Which exactly it impacts most, doesn’t matter a Dickie bird.

My website – MaximYou – is action minded, fluff-free and practical. It gets you doing rather than reading.

Facts are presented but not explained. Because facts can be easily checked before, during or after this or any other website. And exceptions, as always, confirm the rule.

Throughout MaximYou you’ll notice a little penchant toward the importance of words, because nothing important deserves a little penchant more.

‘Nough said. Practice trumps theory.

Work in Progress

As you can see, my website is new and still a work in progress. But it will be content-rich and in fighting-fit shape before long.

In the meantime, my newest book is ready to be published. Here is what people say about it:  

'An inspirational train ride like no other you have experienced. A short and easy-to-read book that will change you in ways you never expected.' - Ross Burg

“I had a difficult past, with a bleak future. never enough time, and constantly stressed … until 'Last Train to Simple'! It is the most simple book I’ve ever come across - a book I can actually remember! - as well as the most powerful. Saying this after having read tons of self-help books before. The book’s simple formula sticks in my mind at all times. It ROCKED my life A to Z, and continues to do so. Not only opens doors to opportunity, it creates opportunity! I absolutely, unreservedly, recommend it to anyone.” – Machelle Scott

“I've read it twice (!). It helps with all areas of life! I’ll probably steal some of the ideas from you.” – Corinne Edwards

“I have known (Beat) and his work via the Internet for a while now. He is a class act. You are safe with his advice.” – Bruce Blair

“Beat, your writing always reminds me of a Picasso painting. It makes me stop, turn my head, and then go, yes, I get it. To me, Picasso left us enough room to fill in our own stories.” – Nicole Rushin

“Get ready to kiss inertia goodbye! A must read!” – Donna Vessey

“Wonderful! Where was this in my second decade instead of my sixth? There are authors I read over & over like Stephen Covey, Jane Austen & Anna Quindlen. Now added this little gem to my yearly must-read overs. Mr. Schindler never uses the word integrity, but his message is quite simple & that exactly. Live your life as an exclamation, not an explanation. Five glorious stars!” – Damiano de Sano Iocovozzi

“Easy to read and packed with a tremendous amount of information. Gets you moving rather than thinking about moving. A refreshing change from so many of the self help books available today. Challenges to take action instead of concerning yourself about what is not happening. Very creative and nicely done!” – Carl Bozeman

“Serves as an example of what’s possible when you put your all into something and make it remarkable. Above average. Glaringly insightful. Beat’s insights come from a lifetime of earned wisdom through mistakes, setbacks, growth, and taking action. He has something important to show you that will help you on your less-than-straight path to success!” – Jack Humphrey

It is my best work ever, and like the website still a work in progress, but the Kindle-version is only weeks away. You don’t want to miss it.

Till then,  with best wishes.
Beat “maxify” Schindler



About MaximYou

About MaximYou

Meet Beat Schindler, chief-honcho at MaximYou.

Beat is maxification strategist, writer, home-based business, coach, consultant, son, father, and grandfather.

He is also the creator of Last Train To Simple (the book), the Simple Method, and the Simple Alphabet – each designed to help people stop guessing.

We spend a lot of time doing busy work, ticking off as many boxes as possible. MaximYou is all about checking off the right boxes. 

“Because what you focus on expands,” Beat says.

He currently loves in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.