April 20, 2009

Marc Lesser: Accomplishing More by Doing Less

Marc Lesser, author of Z.B.A, Zen of Business Administration and Less, is now hosting a discussion at the Tricycle Community. Marc also blogs at doingless.net. He writes:

"Our daily incessant busyness - too much to do and not enough time; the pressure to produce a to-do list and tick off items by each day's end - seems to decide the direction and quality of our existence for us. But if we approach our days in a different way, we can consciously change this out-of-control pattern. It requires only the courage to do less."

Go to Marc's discussion to read more, ask a question, or share your experiencing of accomplishing more by deciding to do less.

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Anna T.'s picture

What an inspiring post - especially the guided meditation - What to do if your to-do-list was complete? When I tried it out, I was amazed at what a burden we carry in the form of that which we label as incomplete. What a relief to put it all down! Interestingly, I remain the same person even if all tasks were complete - but with more time for that which is important...