Who doesn't wish for more time for essential things in life? Often, less is more amid luxury and general overkill of an unhealthy affluent society. Thus, the flexibilisation of work has balancing and social elements. This flexibilisation could be designed liberally, something that entrenched governing bodies too rarely sees in this way. Thus, as mentioned several times, the diversity of competing opinions would have to be targeted to generate genuinely viable solutions. If existing structures and wage systems are adhered to, constructive solutions to problems become a distant prospect. Diverse stakeholders are often set against each other even more, substantially endangering society.

In principle, it would be possible to get by with half or even less in a wide variety of areas, but this must not lead to a situation where personal rights are no longer exercised or are significantly restricted. In many countries, structures are mistakenly too expensive, which can no longer be afforded amid fast-moving knowledge societies. Tension, relaxation, acceleration, and deceleration are well-known principles in all areas of life, but they are not the same for all people. Lively presented knowledge with the necessary pinch of humour is a motto. The knowledge system, or the education system, should be urgently reformed, costs reduced, unnecessary traffic reduced, and the benefit for learners increased. This undertaking is simple and can be realised in many ways. A corresponding, partially necessary job reduction would be preserved as other jobs would be created.

Convenience means having more time available. Properly implemented, it can do you good.

  • Education and quality content “just a click away” would be inexpensive and currently possible.
  • Versatile recreation and leisure activities are more feasible with flexible time allocation. Using less frequent times would make sense.
  • Increase personal cognitive performance substantially when consuming good fats. Nuts, seeds, flax and algae products are not only in salads. Sauces. Vegan stews can be prepared inexpensively, portioned and enjoyed several times a day.
  • Get going with exercise or sporting activity. Less can be more. However, more cardio and interval sessions are recommended to improve cognitive skills. What is fun and easy to do? How can one's strengths, abilities and talents be recognised and promoted? Is it worthwhile in the long term to specialise in certain areas? And what are the requirements? Record essential points in writing. Analyse the benefits of learning. More output can mean more quality in various professions and personal areas.

With economic considerations, recognise operational, institutional and personal weaknesses, and use existing strengths and forces to reduce, build up and expand habits in a resource-saving way.

    2 replies to "Simplify structures – recognise weaknesses – use strengths"

    • Kalen Scott

      This is a very interesting take on how to maximise one’s ability while also taking advantage of one’s weaknesses. This is easily said than done, but the idea can really be used into practise. By focusing on the assets, individual strengths, can make way for a stronger foundation of an entity, which in turn, would produce results of higher caliber.

    • Emma G

      I agree, sometimes we focus a lot on things that drain our time or energy, and somehow we sacrifice health and quality time, but with balance we can do a lot more, like going to the gym or run somewhere.

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