Studies show time and time again that distractions are costly (the email "ding" alone costs $70 billion a year in lost revenues) (source).
Even if you're not a business owner, this is still a scary thought as an employee. Not getting enough done can mean late nights at work, taking work home, working on the weekend or worse ---- missing out on that raise or ...
A few weeks ago, my friend Candace posted this quote as her status:
(In case you can't read the image, it says: What's really important in your life? Do your priorities say the same? Think about it...)
The very first email I send to new Exit Strategy School students asks them to imagine their ideal day.
There's a bit more to the ...
I have a confession: I've been struggling.
My struggles have mostly been internal, but today I'm sharing my personal turmoil with you because it was my minimalism that helped me decide what to do.
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Happy Herbivore happened to me. Don't get me wrong, I'm not ungrateful. I don't have any regrets, but when I got the wild idea to start ...
Quick Announcement: GRAND RE-OPENING of the Happy Herbivore store! We finally have Happy Herbivore buttons, stickers and autographed cookbooks back in stock! (T-shirts on the way!) Get your swag on!
Now back to Minimalist Monday!
I've been reading What Got You Here, Won't Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith (with Mark Reiter) on and off for a few months. A friend had recommended ...
(*Although I started Minimalist Monday to share my journey to minimalism, I don't only want it to be about me and my journey, but yours too! So if you ever have a topic idea, please let me know!)
Today's topic is by request! I received this email a few weeks ago:
Really loving your minimalist posts — Can you maybe write another post about ...