The Power of Less

The fine art of limiting yourself to the essential

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Melissa Joy Kong
Melissa Joy KongHunter@melissajoykong · Content, Product Hunt
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.
Johnson.@johnsonkee · Ideas guy, looking to go big on one...
@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?
Ryan Holdeman
Ryan Holdeman@ryanholdeman · Engagement Lead, Gloo
@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.
Bill Lewis
Bill Lewis@workstationw · PM--Dave's Office Installations
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