the first thing that people seem to say to me when I mention why they are using the Simplify 7/8/9 method is “But it’s so complicated!”. Well, it isn’t, but it is a lot. There are seven levels of self-awareness and nine different ways to break down the most common behaviors, like eating. These are the levels of awareness and the ways to move through it.
Simplify 789 is a system aimed at reducing the complexity in a lot of things. The main goal is to reduce the amount of work that you need to do to make a decision or to do a task. The main idea is to make the decision easier, and the same goes for the end result. The simplification level is the number seven.
The main simplification level is seven. The simplification level is the number seven. That’s the goal of the simplification system. You start off at level one with the goal of getting to level two, which is to simplify everything down to seven steps.
Simplification in this case means getting from a decision to doing what you want to do. For example, if you want to have a cup of coffee, you can have coffee, or you can have your cup of coffee. But instead of having your cup of coffee, you can have your coffee on the way across the room.
The goal of the simplification system, is to get to the second level, which is to get to level eight, which is to simplify down to seven steps. Thats basically the same thing as the simplification level, but is easier to get to because it’s one step at a time.
The goal of the simplification system is to get to the second level, which is to get to level eight, which is to simplify down to seven steps. Thats basically the same thing as the simplification level, but is easier to get to because its one step at a time.
Simplifying is one of the most important steps you can take on your journey to self-knowledge, and in my opinion, the most important step you should take. The idea of simplifying is that you do one thing at a time, like eating a bite at a time. You can eat the food in a single bite, but it’s important to eat at a steady pace so that you don’t get bored. Same with simplifying.
I have to admit that I have never been the kind of person who can stick to a set schedule. I can stay on the couch all day long and read books, but I rarely stick to a plan. I have a set schedule, but its not a set one. It becomes a part of my life as I get older and life happens.
I like to get things started that I can do in a few minutes (like getting the washing in) and then finish them in minutes (like putting the children to bed). I don’t think I ever did too much at once, but I always had to have a plan. I like to start and end with a plan, and I can always change plans if I see fit.
Simplify is a technique that allows someone to focus more in a short amount of time. It’s like the “plan a vacation” concept, only more vague and less specific. Simplify is basically having a plan so you know exactly when you’re going to get to your destination.