The Minimalist Manager

Minimalist Management

Popularized by The Minimalists and the Tiny House movement, this philosophy supports a conscious choice to decrease unneeded possessions, adopt a simpler life, and experience moments with more gratitude.

Often, managers are expected to “do more with less.” They feel tremendous pressure to create great outcomes under extreme time pressure and limited funds. Ultimately, this can lead to depression and anxiety.

A few years ago, I developed a minimalist challenge (watch the playlist) by focusing on these four essential areas:

  • Care for Self
  • Organize Surroundings
  • Prioritize Time
  • Help Others

Re-balancing your responsibilities can eliminate stress, increase productivity, enhance relationships, and improve health.

 

How to Become a Minimalist Manager

Check out videos from my Minimalist Challenge:

 

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Grace LaConte is a Strategic Risk Expert who helps service business owners find and fix organizational vulnerabilities. Using her experience as a Risk Officer in the healthcare and technology fields, Grace shares a refreshingly honest approach to uncovering hidden risks and opportunities. Learn more at http://laconteconsulting.com, or connect with her on Twitter @lacontestrategy.