We see that between productivity and slacking off is a thin line – much like genius and insanity. Let’s make clear, though, that the system and the tool have nothing to do with your productivity. Your choice of productivity system and preferred tool are nothing but simple extensions of your process. Your rituals have a great impact on the success or failure of that process.
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No matter how committed we are with our responsibilities and no matter how diligent we are in responding to our duties we could still find ourselves leaving some stuff hanging somewhere. And if you are like most people, you consider this as just part and parcel of life. Live with that or let it suck the life out of you. That’s a choice you have to make at one point or another.
What Mies meant by “Less is More” in architecture, according to what I’ve read, was: “A building should be constructed on its essentials; extra trappings or additions only distract from clarity, utility, and effect. What the architect seeks is not ‘less’ for its own sake – merely stripping a building down to its structure – but rather what is appropriate to the materials, location, and required design.” So, just an aside, “Less is more” is technically not the same as “Minimalism”. You don’t really want a “minimalistic” productivity, don’t you?