How do you do less, but accomplish more?
You focus on meaningful outcomes.
When you’re working on what matters, you feel good about the time you spend.
You’re on your path.
But what happens when you’re path is overgrown by a gnarled and knotted garden of demands? Worse, what happens when you get to some molehills only to find they’ve turned into mountains?
When the little engine that could, feels like the little engine that can’t, you need a new approach. One where you thrive not survive …
The Zen of Results
The Zen of Results is a way. It’s a living system for personal productivity. The fact that it’s a living system is important.
Life’s not static. Neither are you.
You need an approach that if you fall off the horse, you can get back on. More importantly, you need to know that you’re on YOUR path.
Meaningful outcomes … for a meaningful life … for you … by design.
The Zen of Results Approach in a Nutshell
The approach in a nutshell is:
- Scannable outcomes to guide your activities and tasks.
- Life frame to organize and balance the important hot spots in your life.
- Monday Vision, Daily Outcomes, Friday Reflection to guide your week.
- Daily Outcomes to guide your day.
Download the Zen of Results E-Book
The Zen of Results E-Book is a very short (17 pages) guide to
An Experiment in Simple E-Books for the Web
The Zen of Results E-Book is an experiment in terms of format for me. I stumbled across Joanna Young’s A Simple Guide to Compiling a Free E-Book and decided to give it a shot. Normally, I write longer guides on technical topics, so this is a change of pace and a personal experiment. For this experiment, I’m testing converting a slide presentation to a PDF format to see if it helps consumption on the Web.