Less is more may refer to: Less is more (architecture), a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Sinplicity equals time, a quote by @ArjanvanJaaren, a truth revealing itself in creating the business development program #CircularClarity.
In a World driven by fear, the best way to get to to trust; the counter value that balances fear, is by simplifying what we do. Because we have evolved to become such highly intelligent beings, we are often not aware of the simplicity where real value hides.
A great example is restructuring a business proposition. Simply reduce focus to adding value. Accept that when your proposition does not align to fundamental laws of the universe, you are developing a product or service that is no longer future proof. We also refer to this stage of business development as the Purpose (re)discovery stage. A very exciting and rewarding time in business and very relevant right now. A moment where simplification plays a significant role in getting to the essence where real value hides.