The concept of 16/6 is what I use to help me understand the concept of a “mini-lesson.” In other words, I try to take an eight- to 10-week course and help other people start to understand the concepts behind it. I found the concept of 16/6 to be a lot easier to understand than the more complex concepts.
I can’t say for sure, but I would think that the concept of 16 would be much harder for people to grasp than something like 10. The concept of a mini-lesson is something you can do in a class setting in two weeks. Something that takes four weeks to get to know before you can move on to something else.
What do I think of the four-week course? I thought it was pretty easy.
16/6 is the simplest lesson system by far. It isn’t a “mini-lesson” at all. It is a “lesson” in itself.
This system is not just a lesson, but it can also be considered a mini-lesson. A mini-lesson is a lesson that is not a class in that it can be repeated. That’s why a mini-lesson is easier to understand than a 16/6. However, the 16/6 is also a way to learn a skill, a skill that takes time to learn.
The six-week lesson is the most powerful, but one we can take away from this post. It’s the least time I can learn about this lesson.
The lesson here is “simplify.” When you see the word “simplify” you immediately think “I need to simplify my life.” Or maybe you think “I need to simplify my life and make it easier for others to understand me.” This is not a lesson in simplification, but a lesson in simplification. The lesson here is “simplify” and you see how easy it is to learn this lesson.
The lesson here, if you simplify your life, is that you simplify your life. Simplifying your life is the most powerful thing you can do for your life. That is because it makes you a better human being. It makes you a better parent, a better friend, a better employee, a better teacher, and a better author. It makes you a better spouse, a better girlfriend, a better employee, a better student, a better friend, and a better everything.
Simplifying your life is the first step to improving it. It’s easier to do this than to accomplish everything you set out to do now, but by simplifying you’ll set yourself free to become your best self.
This is why I’m such a fan of David Allen Green. Not only is his new book, 16/6 Simplified, about how to simplify your life, but it’s also about how to get your friends to simplify theirs. He’s written a couple of guides to his 16/6 list, but this is one of his best. It tells you the steps you need to go through to get your friends to simplify theirs.