Simplicity

John Meada, author of “The Laws of Simplicity,” wrote in his best-selling book, “simplicity is about subtracting the obvious, and adding the meaningful.” With the rapid advancement in technology, expansion of internet connectivity, network and social media platforms, and so on, we now live in a very complex world. Data got so big when machines became involved that it’s hard to know what to do with this information and how to make sense of it. We often find ourselves overwhelmed with information and tasks we don’t necessary need. The goal of this project is to find ways to reduce complexity and enhance the quality of information we absorb on a daily basis, so we can free space for the things that matter. Because less is always more. With 3 words suggest how we could simplify our lives (you may also choose to add an image and a relevent article). Sign up now and let’s keep it simple. We hope you enjoy this fun project.

Write your goals

Writing down your goals can reduce complexity and help you focus your attention on executing your goals. STUDY BACKS UP STRATEGIES FOR ACHIEVING GOALS Republished from the Dominican University of California Psychology professor Dr. Gail Matthews has advice for those who

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Write your goals

Writing down your goals can reduce complexity and help you focus your attention on executing your goals. STUDY BACKS UP STRATEGIES FOR ACHIEVING GOALS Republished from the Dominican University of California Psychology professor Dr. Gail Matthews has advice for those who

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Limit social media

This video put together by Gary Turk encourages viewers to unplug their phones and cut down their use of social media. Ironically, it shows the negative impact on our day-to-day lives and relationships from using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter.

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Limit social media

This video put together by Gary Turk encourages viewers to unplug their phones and cut down their use of social media. Ironically, it shows the negative impact on our day-to-day lives and relationships from using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter.

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