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60 Things We Need Less and More Of, What Would You Add?

03.09.2011 · Posted in Fun, Questions

Love this list from the Harvard Business Review!

WE NEED LESS: WE NEED MORE:
Information Wisdom
Shallow billionaires Passionate teachers
Self-promotion Self-awareness
Multitasking Control of our attention
Inequality Fairness
Sugar Lean protein
Action Reflection
Super sizes Smaller portions
Private jets High-speed trains
Calculation Passion
Experts Learners
Blaming Taking responsibility
Judgment Discernment
Texting Reading
Anger Empathy
Output Depth
Constructive criticism Thank-you notes
Possessions Meaning
Righteousness Doing the right thing
Answers Curiosity
Long hours Longer sleep
Complaining Gratitude
Sitting Moving
Selling Authenticity
Cynicism Realistic optimism
Self-indulgence Self-control
Speed Renewal
Emails Conversations
Winning Win-win
Immediate gratification Sacrifice

I would add: less outrage and more momentum, less lecturing and more listening, less being busy and more sleep, less guilt and more acceptance, less judgement and more celebration

What would you add?

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12 Responses to “60 Things We Need Less and More Of, What Would You Add?”

  1. I completely agree with more thank you notes. Great list.

    Less: drivers with cell phones
    More: drivers using turn signals

    xo,
    Suzi

  2. Yes, yes, yes!

    More: Chocolate
    Less: Body Hatred

  3. Great list! Thanks for sharing.
    More: Conscious engagement with others (even within social media)
    Less: Distracted or rushed “check-ins”

  4. 60 Things We Need Less and More Of, What Would You Add? http://librarianbyday.net/2011/03/09/60-

  5. 60 Things We Need Less and More Of, What Would You Add? http://librarianbyday.net/2011/03/09/60-

  6. less criticism, more words of affirmation (encouragement); related to constructive criticism/thank you notes, but different

  7. Fewer cars, more bikes :)

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