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The Power of Less: The Fine Art of Limiting Yourself to the Essential...in Business and in Lifeby Leo Babauta
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With the countless distractions that come from every corner of a modern life, it's amazing that were ever able to accomplish anything. The Power of Less demonstrates how to streamline your life by identifying the essential and eliminating the unnecessary freeing you from everyday clutter and allowing you to focus on accomplishing the goals that can change your life for the better.
The Power of Less will show you how to:
"According to Babauta (Zen to Done), employing 'the power of less' will propel readers from chaos to blissful and productive minimalism. Learning to set limitations, such as penning a three-item 'Most Important Task' list every day and restricting e-mails to five lines, is a cornerstone for the author's plan for increased simplicity and satisfaction. With new boundaries in place, readers can discover 'flow,' become wholly absorbed in tasks and live the paradox of doing less and achieving more. Two books take a look at the business of music." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"The Power of Less" is a blueprint for reducing the clutter, noise, and unnecessary work that fills a modern day. Babauta's lessons enable readers to do less, be more effective, get more done, and simplify their lives.
About the Author
Leo Babauta has been a reporter, editor, speechwriter, and freelance writer for the last 17 years. He founded ZenHabits.net with no funding in January 2007, and one year later it is a top 50 blog with about a million unique visitors per month. Using the methods he shars in THE POWER OF LESS over the last two years, he's trained and successfully completed a marathon, he's doubled his income, he's eliminated his debt, he's quit smoking, and he's written a novel.
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