What’s the biggest reason to work less?Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: Decision-Making, less is more, productivity, Willpower, Scrum, Scrum, Execution
Have you ever felt you work too much?Read More
Topics: less is more, time management, productivity, Scrum
Built to Last author John Warrillow kicked off Wednesday’s Growth Summit. His presentation on recurring revenue ideas from his new book The Automatic Customer should be what this blog is on. That was until Rabbi Stephen Baars presented. Rabbi Baars delivered the shortest of the four Leadership speakers, about 15 minutes in length. There were four outstanding presentations today, I believe he had the greatest impact on the audience.
Topics: less is more, Growth Summit, Growth Summit. Learning, Rabbi Stephen Baars
Do you have the courage and conviction to say no?
Topics: Decision-Making, Top Priority, priority, less is more, time management
What’s your Core Purpose? We’ve discussed this subject several times, and it’s revealing that Greg McKeown in Essentialism speaks to it as well.
Topics: Decision-Making, Core Purpose, less is more, Clarity of Purpose
Topics: less is more, time management, performance, productivity
Essentialism, by Greg McKeown, subtitle is The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. This blog title is a rephrasing to emphasis the issue.
Topics: Discipline, less is more
The book Essentialism confronts the notion that we can have it all while supporting the idea less is more. There is a common theme that underlies its principles. It’s a requirement for success in any endeavor. That prerequisite is discipline.
Topics: Business Growth, Strategic Discipline, Great by Choice, One Page Strategic Plan, less is more, strategy, Southwest Airlines
Have you ever had someone tell you to slow down?
Topics: less is more, Jim Collins, Multipliers