— Ernst Bacon
American Composer, Pianist, Conductor
1898 - 1990
Sometimes less is more. For creative leaders this is a valuable lesson. Writers often put too much into their works. Sometimes what is not said is more important than what is said. Too much explanation can destroy the novel. We need to learn to leave out the kitchen sink. The same is true for painters. What is left out of the picture is more important sometimes than what is included. Photographers understand this. What can we take away from this photo to make it even stronger? Remember less is more. What sentences or paragraphs can be left out of the story?
Here is a short piano piece by Ernst Bacon.