The Industrial Revolution enabled the world to do more.

The Information Revolution enabled the world to do it faster.

Your world is shaped by the construct of doing more, faster.


As a leader, you have learned to slow down (perhaps with room for improvement, still).

You understand that thoughtfulness creates better, sustainable results.

Therefore, the logic follows to do more, slower.


The opposite is true.

Slowing down is not literal.

Slowing down is about giving your mind the space to focus on less.


Focusing on less gives you the capacity to be thoughtful.

Thoughtful contribution enables optimum performance, more quickly.

Do less. Faster.



Mindfully pouring 5 cups of coffee, simultaneously, is mindfulmess,

-Morning Cup