The Art of Doing Less – Your Time is Finite

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We have all heard the saying Less is More, but I have been exploring this concept in more detail and trying to apply it to my life. Being naturally curious and interested in a lot of things in life, I often get carried away and say yes to everything. Often I feel overwhelmed and have to bail on friends and invitations at the last minute leaving everyone disappointed, stress and frustrated, so I decided to read  The Power of Doing Less by Fergus O’Connell.

The most powerful tool I learned was just saying ‘No’. This is often a very difficult word to use. It leaves you feeling guilty that you aren’t helping colleagues or friends or with the fear that you may miss out.  But more importantly it also leaves you with this amazing feeling of liberation. Saying ‘No’ frees you up to explore things that…

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