What Does Our Tagline (Less is More) Mean?

If you’ve read any of our blogs or purchased any of our products, you’ve definitely noticed the motto we’re always representing.We stress the concept of "less is more," which is basically our way of encouraging you to focus on a few, key factors. Allow these to be the driving forces towards your one-of-a-kind purpose.

If you take on too much all at once, you’ll ultimately overwhelm yourself and lose sight of where you’re headed. Our advice? Figure out what really matters to you and run withthat. We guarantee the journey will be much easier and more enjoyable this way. 

When you start to value quality over quantity, everything changes. This concept can apply to what you have, who you know, and how you show up. In general, “less is more” really denotes a lifestyle choice. So, if you’re looking to simplify all aspects of your life for the better, call on our catchphrase philosophy. 

Less is More sticker in front of the Polymath Planner

“Less is More” Applies to Minimalism

Minimalism is all about freeing yourself from clutter, both physically and mentally. Living a minimalist lifestyle means only hanging onto belongings that serve a valued purpose. By clearing your physical space of possessions you don’t actually need, your overall mindset will change. 

Too many ideas cause a lack of focus and intentionality. With minimalism, you’re encouraged to think of your stuff in the same way. Most of the things we accumulate ultimately serve as distractions in our day-to-day lives. By practicing minimalism, you’ll surround yourself with things that are purely beneficial. Clear up space in your house, closet, or office, and you’ll do the same in your brain. 

Minimalism can also save youa ton of time. By getting back to the basics, you can get back to working on yourself! Cutting out distractions speeds up your routine and eliminates unnecessary decisions, ultimately leading to more efficient practices. 

Less is More When it Comes to Relationships

After thinking about how minimalism can apply to your belongings, extend this concept to your relationships. No, we’re not telling you to start deleting people out of your phone — but, it is important to evaluate how your relationships benefit you. 

Having a bunch of friends can make you feelreally, really cool,and supported on the surface level,but building a few core relationships mattersway more. You may have more options for a fun Friday night, but what’s the value in that compared to meaningful human connection? 

Peopleneedto feel genuinely safe and supported by others in order to perform at their best. Be intentional and somewhat selective about the people you surround yourself with. Understand and value their role in your life, and they’ll likely do the same for you. By creating a solid network of people you can rely on, you’ll have security when the going gets tough. Also, you’ll need to know who your true friends are when it's time to celebrate your successes. They’ll stick with you through the mud and the glory. 

Young man wearing a Less is More t-shirt

The “Less is More” Motto Speaks to Practice, Performance, and Progress

Practice makes pretty close to perfect.The polymath philosophy doesn’t necessarily support the idea of “perfection,” but itdoesbelieve in the benefits of practice. 

Our fast-paced society loves to put on the pressure. The pressure to succeed instantly, crush goals, and “be the best” in all ways, all the time. Realistic, right? Nope, not at all. We often make the mistake of giving into this sense of urgency, only to find ourselves backpedaling or giving up completely. If youreallywant to “be the best,” or at least be really great at something,don’tbite off more than you can chew. 

It’s more effective to give a little attention to your goals each day than to practice alotintermittently. Practice is a method of consistency; a routine within your routine. If you work a little at something every day,  it will go a long way. 

Instead of looking at the finish line, look at your performance towards it.Key performance indicator is a term used to describe the quantified measure of success and its progress. For instance, inthe polymath planner, you’re charting your progress in a quantifiable way. 

If you understand what’s causing upward success or positive change, you’ll start to better implement the practices that work best for you. Success isn’t about winning — it’s about building skills and becoming better! Grow as a person, and you’ll watch your achievements grow alongside you. 

Less is More Sums Up the Polymath Planner

You don’t have to be stressed out in order to achieve your goals - the proof is in the pudding (AKAthe polymath planner). It zeroes in on a few impactful principles that can be addressed simply and easily. By taking the time to get intentional, you’ll be able to edit out what doesn’t serve you. Make room, because the best is yet to come. 

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