Less really is more:
More productive output comes from six hours of attentive work than twelve hours of mushy-minded ‘hustle’.
Better business operations come from fewer fancy processes and fewer moving parts, thanks to reduced margin for error, while creating the same output.
More Twitter community comes from less time wasted lurking on other social sites. One minute on ten social channels doesn’t create the same result as ten minutes on one.
Saying ‘No’ can be hard, especially when it’s to good ideas and opportunities.
But focusing on fewer things is often the key to achieving more, and juggling more things is usually the key to achieving less.