On Minimalism, Kanban & Productivity

We used to all want to get access to as wide a range of information, things and experiences as possible. For a while now, this has been changing — just as there is a shift in viewing the Internet as a place with all the possible knowledge, to viewing it a place with all of the world’s garbage and some knowledge — in the same manner, a change in what we want to focus on in general, can be noticed.
Once you know what goals you want to achieve in life, a more-less specific path can be mapped out for you. In that sense, your interests and focus should be directed into that specific goal. You don’t need to know everything about everything (does anyone?), you only need to know your preferred specialities. Here is why minimalism in all shapes and forms can be applied.
And all in an effort to make life easier for yourself.

Fewer choices

Fewer priorities

Fewer sources

Less distraction

Less visual noise

Fewer ongoing work items

First published on Kanban Tool Blog.