…is simplicity.

If you are starting on the road of entrepreneurship, my advice is start with simplicity in mind.

Most budding entrepreneurs (I used to think that way too) feel that to start a business must involves with providing very intricate products or solutions, which requires talent and expertise.

They will back it up by saying that, if it was easy, everyone could have own a business. They don’t understand that in most cases it’s not the simplicity that sells but it’s the ingenious application of simplicity.

Clean, straight lines are in and less is more. This has been holding true now and forever.

Feeling overwhelmed by work, personal life and family, have always been a struggle for most of us. We want simple, easy and light. Zero down and no contract lure in our non-committal society.

The times of hard-copy manuals are over and now everything is mostly self-explanatory and user friendly. And they are most appealing to us.

We want to save time and gain space. Books about minimizing and organizing are in. We want to do more with less.

We will always crave for the white space, the place where our minds can rest uninterrupted for at least a little time in our days.


That’s been one of my mantras – focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.
-Steve Jobs


“Simplicity takes work” says Ken Segall in his book Think Simple.

Simple designs, which look like they were created impromptu had probably taken more time to be produced than the more complicated ones. Simplicity is the KEY that made Apple start thriving again and made us wait in lines for their new products, which by the way has never come with a manual.

I started my online business with simplicity in mind. People nowadays do not like complex stuffs.

Two seemingly simple actions, which people didn’t want to do — they wanted to have ready to use webages and they were willing to pay for them.

Ignoring those who were saying that what I was doing was too simple to be true and others saying that those marketing technique had been done before, SFM and LiveLife-ToTheFullest will keep thriving in its simple way to help like-minded people in the community to thrive.

Never force the details and the intricacies.

Change your thought that you have to do all the work to deserve the payoff. Online businesses is not a tit for tat game. The amount of work you put in may not equal to the payoff and sometimes simplicity gets the largest reward with leverage.