May 14, 2010
At first glance, this book might sound like a justification for laziness, but Lesser’s fusion of Zen Buddhism and practical applications to work andpersonal life makes Less a useful guide to eliminating distractions. In a time in which increasing busyness and its ramifications, absent-mindedness,worry, stress, and confusion are increasing, Lesser argues that we can become more efficient and happier if we take the time to do nothing. Bynothing, he means appreciating a nice walk, meditation, taking breaks, reducing the amount of times you check email per day and other useful tips.By infusing the spiritual with real-life scenarios, Less is simple to use and offers sage advice to the overworked.
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