• The Power of Less

  • The Fine Art of Limiting Yourself to the Essential
  • By: Leo Babauta
  • Narrated by: Fred Stella
  • Length: 3 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-01-09
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (56 ratings)

Summary

With the countless distractions that come from every corner of a modern life, it's amazing that we're ever able to accomplish anything. The Power of Less demonstrates how to streamline your life by identifying the essential and eliminating the unnecessary - freeing you from everyday clutter and allowing you to focus on accomplishing the goals that can change your life for the better. The Power of Less will show you how to:


Break any goal down into manageable tasks

Focus on only a few tasks at a time

Create new and productive habits

Hone your focus

Increase your efficiency.By setting limits for yourself and making the most of the resources you already have, you'll finally be able work less, work smarter, and focus on living the life that you deserve.
©2008 Leo Babauta (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Gustav on 20-08-12

The first thing to cut out is this book.

I have very much enjoyed Leo's blog about minimalism, and I too live a minimalistic life. I like the message. I think people should hear it. But not through this book. This book is too thin on the research behind minimalism, leaving the reader questioning the authenticity of the author. These are just one person's private views rather than researched material. Sorry. Try harder next time.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dany on 13-04-10

I enjoyed it very much

I have enjoyed all the chapters.The book is comprehesive and all the techniques are very practical if you feel overwhelmed in your life.The advice how to de-clutter your office and home and how to organize your email are helpful and effective.I was surprised by the advice how to stay motivated and achieve your goals-the list compiled here contains some special items and is very compresive.I loved also the performance by Fred Stella.I recommend warmly! It can change your life!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Grant on 26-08-14

A series of blog posts does not a book make.

Listy, redundant and padded with common-sense that is more common than sensible, this book falls flat. Sure, there are some good ideas here, and some solid advice. But the good is overshadowed by the bad editing and lack of any kind of narrative. Mr. Babuta would have done better to cite some other experts on the subject while delivering some real-world examples and success stories. Instead, what we get is a lot of his own opinions base on his own experiences, many of which contradict one another. Perhaps most aggravating of all is the fact that the author spends only a little time supporting the title's premise and then goes off on tangents of dieting advice and decluttering one's desk.

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