Published March 4, 2007
by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
A book on simplicity that goes on, and on, and on. The author identifies mid-way through the book that he likes writing short books that address the topic, but his publisher makes him write longer ones so they can be bound and sold. This books should be 10 pages. Thats about all the content thats not awkward reworking of the same idea/5. #10 Work-life balance. Watch the number of hours you put in at work as much as possible and find ways to balance home life with work. Family time, time for hobbies, time for you. They’re all important. Look out for signs that your work-life balance is out of sync and try to do something about it before it runs you down. #11 Meditation. When looking at your To Do List, make sure that you prioritise the tasks that will bring about the best results. Then focus your time on achieving these tasks before moving onto anything else. #6 Eat the biggest frog first. Mark Twain once said “If it’s your job to eat . Success thru simplicity, part 3: Achieving simplicity. We must apply the rigor required to analyze all the relevant data and filter it through the lens of a deep understanding of the target audience. philosophical) thinking about simplicity, check out John Maeda’s book, The Laws of Simplicity. Mr. Maeda is the founder of the.
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