Do Less and Accomplish More…Now! Tips, Tools, And Practices From The Simplicity Survival Handbook


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There’s too much silliness, noise, and crap coming at you, and you want a shut-off valve. You want to make more of a difference, working on only what truly matters. Right?

There’s too much information to manage and too many key messages for people to focus on, right?

Then you don’t want to miss this teleseminar! Best-selling author Bill Jensen will share tips, tools, and practices from two of his most recent books, The Simplicity Survival Handbook: 32 Ways to Do Less and Accomplish More and What Is Your Life’s Work? And he’ll tailor all those tips for communicators trying to break through the clutter and get their messages heard and acted upon.

What You Will Learn: 

  • Practical tips for doing less because you’re working smarter.
  • Tips for educating your teammates and senior executive clients.
  • Feeling jazzed that you have a lot more control over morebetterfaster than you thought you did! 

Real World Questions That Will be Answered:

  • Do your 3×5 rules apply to letters sent by mail?
  • On the Communitelligence Communication Leadership blog, you and Bill Boyd have been really banging heads over the issue of whose the culprit in the information overload problem. You are really charging a big part of the problem to communicators. What are the biggest mistakes you think communicators are making?
  • How long should an e-newsletter be, and any advice on format?
  • OK Bill, it’s easy to say do less of what doesn’t really matter, but how do I actually decide what are those things?
  • How do you feel about email where the message is entirely in the subject line?

Practical Advice For: 

  • Dealing with bosses and who just don’t get it.
  • Deleting 75% of your emails.
  • Composing emails, messages and deliverables that won’t get deleted!
  • Getting more out of fewer meetings.
  • Doing less to get the budgets you need and much more. 


  • “Relevant topic; simple presentation of concepts; actionable tips and tools; down-to-earth presentation style (“one of us”)”
  • “I already sent an e-mail this afternoon with the improved subject line format! Makes great sense. Excellent seminar all around — Look forward to more in the future.”


bill_Jensen_3Harvard Business Review , CNBC and Fast Company have called Bill Jensen today’s foremost expert on work complexity and cutting through clutter to what really matters. The Conference Board designed an entire conference around his work.He has spent the past decade studying business’s ability to design work. (Much of what he has found horrifies him.)

He is an internationally-acclaimed author and speaker who is known for provocative ideas, extremely useful content, and his passion for making it easier for managers and employees to work smarter and accomplish extraordinary feats.

The common thread in every Jensen presentation is that your biggest competition is not “out there” — in today’s cluttered and morebetterfaster business environments, you are competing for everyone’s time and attention!

His first book, Simplicity, has been hailed as a “breakthrough in the design of communication and understanding,” and was the Number 5 Leadership/Management book on Amazon in 2000. His next best-sellers were Work 2.0, and Simplicity Survival Handbook: 32 Ways to Do Less and Accomplish More.

His latest book, What is Your Life’s Work?, captures the intimate exchanges between mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, and caring teammates, all talking about what matters at work, and in life.

Bill has over 25 years of experience in communication and change consulting. He holds degrees in Communication Design and Organizational Development. He’s CEO of The Jensen Group, whose mission is: To make it easier to get stuff done. Among the Jensen Group’s clients are Bank of America, Merck, Pfizer, Duracell, NASA, The Royal Bank, The World Bank, Walt Disney World, American Express, the US Navy SEALS, the government of Ontario, Singapore Institute of Management, Guangzhou China Development District, and the Swedish Post Office.

Bill’s personal life fantasy is to bicycle around the globe via breweries. 

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