The Art of Simple Living

The Art of Simple Living : Minimalist Living, Decluttering and Living in Focus with Your Life Purpose

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Imagine you are doing less but being more productive. Imagine consuming less or owning less but being more content. Imagine having more time to do more meaningful things. Imagine being right there where you want to be without fretting and rushing about. Imagine living a simpler, lighter and happier life. We have lost sight of the art of simple living. The good news? It's always there and it doesn't take a moon mission to get there. This book is purely designed to guide you there Society has become increasingly complex. Each day we run through multiple tasks, maintain different relationships with our peers and family, sift through massive amounts of information and take quick decisions that in some way affects our future. We are doing more but we are not necessarily more productive. We are consuming more but we are not necessarily richer or healthier. We are experiencing more but we are not any wiser. We are constantly on the move but not getting anywhere in particular. We own more stuff but perhaps not happier. So what's the point? You can start learning the art of simple living or minimalist living today and change your life dramatically. Minimalist living means decluttering your life from all the stuff that is inessential to your life purpose and happiness. A simple life is not one where you renounce all things in life but one where you create more space to accommodate the real and meaningful things essential to your life progress. In this book you will learn: How to get rid of those things that are inessential to your life and that are just weighing you down - The simplest life-changing thing ever! How to let go of the mental blockers and beliefs that are holding you from simplifying your life and aligning with your life purpose (Very powerful!) How to simplify and declutter you living and working space - an effective how to guide How to manage your time more effectively - little practical secrets that always work like a charm How to organise yourself in super effective routines that will minimize work and clutter to a bare minimum How to focus on what is essential for yourself and loved ones - Live without needless worries, hassle and problems Discover effective ways to simplify your work and business through smart use of technology and leveraging on other people's skills! How to stay focused and avoid distractions from information overload Learn how to simplify your decision making and make elegant choices effortlessly How to focus on things that are in line with your purpose and getting more done with less work and effort How to smartly prioritise your tasks at work or business and keep on top of things with less stress A smart approach to manage your email and avoid letting your inbox take over you Understand the simple but powerful rules of creating healthy & loving relationships How to bring simplicity into parenting - a guide to help you simplify parenting & understand what is best for your childrenshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.1mm | 213.19g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508760438
  • 9781508760436
  • 1,007,827

About MR Gilbert Ross

Gilbert Ross has been writing about personal growth topics for a number of years on various media. He is passionate about researching, writing, practising and teaching people how to achieve positive life transformations by unleashing the limitless potential of their mind. He is editor of Soul Hiker, a site dedicated to help people explore and learn more about topics such as personal development, life hacks, consciousness and metaphysics. Writing this book came from the understanding that a common basic problem holding people from living their true potential and purpose in present day society is lack of simplicity.show more