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Zach

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I am the programmer responsible for this web site

Web site: http://800ceoread.com/



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To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time.
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At a certain point, an overabundance of choice only torpedoes a person's ability to make a confident decision.
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Innovation is saying no to a thousand things.
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The quality of work resulting from a project increases in direct proportion to the degree of involvement by the ultimate decision maker.
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The quality of work resulting from a project is inversely proportional to the number of people involved in the project.
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HOW TO HAVE A GREAT MEETING

1. Throw out the least necessary person at the table.
2. Walk out of the meeting if it lasts more than 30 minutes.
3. Do something productive today to make up for the time you spent here.
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You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site. Taken from: Quote from Frank Lloyd Wright
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DIFFERENCES: Simplicity and complexity need each other
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LEARN: Knowledge makes everything simpler
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TIME: Savings in time feel like simplicity
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ORGANIZE: Organization makes a system of many appear fewer.
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REDUCE: The simplest way to achieve simplicity is through thoughtful reduction
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The world's always falling apart. So relax.
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I like to call this the sport utility principle. People like to surround themselves with unnecessary power.
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Imagine a world in which software companies simplified their programs every year by shipping with 10% fewer features at 10% higher cost due to the expense of simplification.
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Technology has made our lives more full, yet at the same time we've become uncomfortably "full".

Taken from: The Laws of Simplicity by John Maeda

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