Dec 14,Boston School, Kalopul

The summary of the book is composed in 34 pages , each topic is covered in around 2 pages . Its an easy read , arranged  in such a way to engage the reader . Today I'm  gonna write what I got   from the book  on day two of my reading,



 Spartan Minimalism 
Having a cold shower requires no discipline for he who has no hot water system. Eating healthy requires no discipline for he who has no junk food in the kitchen. Being frugal requires no discipline for he who has no
money.

One of the foundations upon which the discipline of the Spartans rest is their philosophy of simplicity over decoration and precision over expansiveness. The Spartan’s achieved discipline not through the exertion
of willpower but through the development of laser-like focus.

Imagine how much you could achieve if you approached your life with this kind of Spartan minimalism. If you eliminated all but that which propels you toward your goals. One thing’s for sure: You’d be a heck of a lot closer to your goal than you currently are, if not already successful.

In a nutshell:
Simplicity breeds success. Keeping things minimal in nonessential areas of life makes room for massive achievement in the areas of life that you have decided are most important.