Less Is More

Have you ever heard the saying, “less is more”?

This phrase has helped me in speaking and teaching. I have learned to focus on one point. One point helps the audience grasp the most important concept and apply it in different ways. This idea has helped me not over complicate my message.

Do you have an area in your life where “less is more” could help you? 

Do you need to listen more and talk less? Do you have to much stuff?

What do you need to stop doing to focus on the most important things only you can do?

Think about it!

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2 thoughts on “Less Is More

  1. Television!!!
    All it takes is one person to turn it on and there is less conversation, thinking, interaction & activity!JanieG

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