The Internet is chock-full of articles about simplifying your life. You’ll find essays about how de-cluttering your desk helps “de-clutter” your mind. You’ll read pitches for minimalistic approaches to everything: home design, graphic design, software design, and more.
And you’re bound to come across a list (or twenty) of steps you can take to streamline your day in order to buy more time.
The people writing these articles must be on to something, right? It makes sense that simplifying your life would lead to less stress and more time for you to live in the moment.
So how does that roll over into your business practices? And more specifically, how can you live more simply as an executive who serves on a board of directors?