This book will show you how to become an INCREMENTALIST to create big results, in small steps, without pushing yourself too far beyond your comfort zone, burning out, and feeling inadequate. You can do great work and stretch your limits, gradually and slowly. Incremental progress helps you gain control, master your craft, and seamlessly integrate all that matters to you.
Incrementalism is a low-cost, high-reward productivity system that will help you implement your big idea or finish a big project regardless of your limited time, energy, resources, skills, motivation and, perhaps most of all, courage. The idea or project may relate to your work, your family, your relationships, a creative endeavor, or any other domain of life.
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Articles about Life & Career
10 Tips to Help You Keep More Good Friends, Lifehack.org, March 13, 2015
7 Strategies to Stay Super Focused, Lifehack.org, April 25, 2014
How to Stay Awake at Work Without Caffeine, Lifehack.org, December 31, 2013
8 Ways You Can Learn to Deal with Jealousy, Lifehack.org, November 12, 2013.
Advice for Newlyweds: 5 Main Sources of Conflict and Steps to Resolve Them, Lifehack.org, September 17, 2013.
Change Your Definition of Failure: It’s How You Get Better, Lifehacker.com, June 27, 2013.
Write No Matter What, Guest Blog – Jill Jepson, Writing as a Sacred Path, August 20, 2012.
Befriending Time: Breaking Free From Busyness or Stuckness, Bench & Bar of Minnesota, February 2011.
The Practice of Being: Mastering Stress and Finding Meaning as a Lawyer, Bench & Bar of Minnesota, March 2010.
Common Ground: Resolving Conflict Without Violence, The Edge – Soul of the Cities, May 2009.
Avoiding and Transforming Addiction Through Yoga and Mindfulness, The Edge – Soul of the Cities, March 2009.