Julia Hobsbawm: ‘Learn sophisticated simplicity’

Do you ever feel like your life is too complex? Sometimes day-to-day life has too many moving parts that cause chaos. Could life ever be simple? During social distancing and working from home, the life inside can feel annoyingly simple. At the same time, the world is facing complex problems. People are realizing that a “simple” life at home isn’t stress-free. Julia Hobsbawm believes that simplicity is not simplistic. It’s not having a set routine or setting aside quiet time. But sophisticated simplicity can help us avoid being constantly overwhelmed. She chats with Bold TV and C-Suite about her book The Simplicity Principle. Sometimes people think they have simplicity in their life. But chaos quickly can take over. Incorporating simplicity into your life is a mindset that needs exercise. One way to strengthen your simplicity mindset is to pick a number. If you pick six, you can’t do more than six things at once. Multitasking can create unnecessary complexity in our minds and lives. We are plugged-in people. We are constantly downloading information and uploading content. If you exercise simplicity daily, you are on track to ease some stress and anxiety. Learn more on Bold TV and C-Suite.