The Power of Less

The fine art of limiting yourself to the essential

This is one of my all-time favorite productivity books. Babauta keeps it simple and takes a lot of the GTD principles by David Allen and distills them into the most important, key "rules" for productivity. A great read- especially if a system like Getting Things Done feels like too much to remember.
@melissajoykong Minimalism ftw. Have you read "essentialism: the disciplined pursuit of less" by Greg McKeown? That's the book got me hooked on the concept. If you have, what would you say are the differences between the two?
@melissajoykong I always keep 5-10 copies of this book around because it's my favorite book to give away to people. I completely agree that Babauta does a great job of living out his simplification concepts in the way the book is written. Easy but powerful read.
Great to see a longer read on a subject like this-- I've definitely learned that as I've gotten older I need less shit. I buy the clothes I need only when I need them and from Old Navy. I'm a guitar/bass player-- I used to have 24 axes a yea ago and I'm now down to the 10 I really use. This practice frees your mind--trust me