How to Live Simply and Do Things Efficiently
From its highest point to the lowest, the Grand Canyon is 1,857 metres deep. When you look at these rock walls, we can see how they were developed. Just layer after layer of rock that's been eroded away.
Develop Like The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon developed through layer after layer of rock walls eroding away. Maybe that's an interesting way to think about how you can develop. We often talk about growth and gaining skills, but you can still develop a lot by removing or eroding layers. I really believe in simplicity and doing things efficiently.
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Remove the Layers That You Don’t Need
By cutting out waste, you'll find that it’s so much easier to achieve what you want to achieve. This could be time wasted or money wasted, but it's really often mental energy that we waste the most.
We stress about things that aren't important. We worry about things we have no control over, and we care too much about what other people think and what they can achieve. Get rid of those layers! Let them wash away like the grains of rock in the Colorado River.
The Final Word
If you just let a few wasteful worries go each day over time, you’ll be left with a whole new approach to life. Who knows what hidden depths you will reveal within yourself?
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