Keep it simple, stupid!

Feb 03

I've gotten pretty good at this over the years...

Keep'n it simple, stupid.

KISS, an acronym for keep it simple, stupid, is a design principle noted by the US Navy in 1960. The KISS principle states most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated, therefore, simplicity should be a key goal in design, and unnecessary complexity should be avoided.

And it's very important when creating your routines to make changes in your life, too!

Some people think things are somehow better, or worth more if they're complex.

I remember my first paid search teacher when i started online business. The Urban Cowgirl. Absolutely phenomenal at what she did but taught it in a way that made my ears bleed.

When i took her info and got my head around it, i broke it down into easy to understand steps and a system of daily actions to get results.

I've also heard some people talk about their morning routine being 3 to 4 hours. 

A'int nobody got time fo dat!

Mine is only an hour! 

One thing i've found out from myself and working with others is the simpler you keep your daily routines, the more chance those routines have to become habit, and succeed long term!

See, what really wins in the end is consistency.

And it's best reached with simplicity!

There's 2 other things i want to tell you about, too, but i'll leave those for tomorrow.

Until then...

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