Simplicity’s Plan | In-Between the Pages

The last two posts in our discovery together on simplicity were spent on what simplicity is and what some of our past/present experts have discovered about it's very positive affects at optimizing us. This last post for the series we will lay out examples of plans to build simplicity into your habits daily. We will … Continue reading Simplicity’s Plan | In-Between the Pages

Learning Simplicity’s Promise | In-Between the Pages

We need to learn the opportunities simplicity can lend us by understanding it from others that have mastered it. There is a lot that masters of the Pareto Principle, Japanese master of organizing Marie Kondo, Ken Segall the author of Insanely Simple, and other essentialist from our history can teach us the power of simplicity. Let's … Continue reading Learning Simplicity’s Promise | In-Between the Pages

Simple Is, Simple Does | In-Between the Pages

We do a really great job of making things complex. In so doing, we never truly get to our fullest potential. We work super hard to sustain momentum and just keeping our heads above the water line. Being simple and creating the simple in the complex has the power to conserve the best version of yourself for just … Continue reading Simple Is, Simple Does | In-Between the Pages

Ignoring Your Gut is Like Not Breathing | In-Between the Pages

You got to have reason, but we also cannot ignore that nagging feeling we get in the back of our minds either. Andrew Mercer whose inventions included many patents with processes and process management tools states: If I get an idea and it won't go away then I have to do it. This takes a … Continue reading Ignoring Your Gut is Like Not Breathing | In-Between the Pages