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Productivity and Simplicity

Posted by medliorator on January 16, 2009

Simplicity isn’t just about reducing stress, it’s about getting more done.  Babauta writes, “[Productivity and simplicity] fit together if you define productivity as accomplishing important things, rather than just getting a lot of tasks done or being very busy and working long hours. With simplicity, you focus on the tasks and projects that make the highest impact on your life, rather than just anything on your to-do list. By limiting yourself to these high impact tasks, you are getting the most productivity out of the time you spend working — and freeing up time for other things.”

The Power of Less [Scott H Young]


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