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Starting Frugally

By Leo Babauta When I started Zen Habits, not only did I have zero money to invest in a small business, I was deep in debt. I couldn’t afford to hire a designer, pay for an expensive host, buy software, hire staff, pay for anything [...]
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How to Build Your Workday Around Focus: Tips from the Trenches [Focus]

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In his new book, Focus, author Leo Babauta of productivity blog Zen Habits talks about finding simplicity in what he calls the Age of Distraction. Here, Babauta offers a crash course on starting your workday with focus. More »

Last Chance to Buy 3 Zen Habits Ebooks

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By Leo Babauta I’ve decided to do a little year-end housecleaning and remove three of my ebooks from my shelves. As of Dec. 25, 2013, the following three books will no longer be for sale: The Zen Habits Handbook for Life The Simple ...

The Zen Habits Holiday Gift Guide

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By Leo Babauta The holiday season is here, and with it comes consumer madness. I’m not a fan of buying a bunch of gifts and getting into credit card debt just to stress yourself out more and work harder to pay off the bills, all to ...

How I Conduct My Business

Lifestyle / Productivity : Zen Habits

By Leo Babauta I started my own business at a late age — by the time I made Zen Habits into a business in 2007, I was in my mid-30s and had toiled through various jobs for 17 years. So when I started out, I didn’t know what I was do...

Finding the Motivation to Change Your Entire Life

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By Leo Babauta Almost exactly 8 years ago today, I ran my first marathon and soon after I started Zen Habits. I’d changed a dozen or so habits, lost weight, was getting out of debt, quit smoking. And almost 7 years ago, I quit my jo...

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