KISS Stands for “Keep It Simple… Silly”
This KISS Principle helps remind you to simplify systems. Keeping it simple means making things easy to use and maintain. Simple systems are often more intuitive and usually much easier to keep up because they require less detailed explanation.
Some examples of simple and productive solutions include:
- Packing “”Go Bags”” – with essentials used for regularly scheduled events such as a trip to the beach, sports, clients, clubs, car trips, or for restaurant wait times.
- Keeping a first aid kit (sunscreen and bug spray) in the car for your daily outings
- Creating easy files for your papers that are named with “next actions” so you can easily determine what you must do next
- Staging areas so you minimize the time it takes to get ready and out the door
- Schedule daily reviews in the evening to review your schedule and mentally plan for the following day.
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What are some ways you’ve built the KISS principle into your daily routine? What are your favorite Keep It Simple Silly ideas? Please share your wisdom below!