Get clarity on what is really important – and what should be abolished. Carefully weigh your options, but shorten your menu. Let go of muchness.
Simplicity is about serving ‘the crucial few’ things. It is alright to say No. Reprioritise and re-evaluate what you’ve come to accept as routine.
Do not leave a trail of unfinished projects in your wake. Start less – and settle outstanding tasks. Disorganised surroundings feed disorganised minds.
Stop doing what others do. They may be wrong. Choose function over posturing. Pretention is complicated, superficiality expensive.
Let go of enemies. Stop being ‘against’ things. There are better things to do with your life than to spend it in fictive court cases and on self-imposed battle fields.