In many cases, improvement is not about doing more things that are right, but about doing less things that are wrong. The distinction we are making here is between the two methods of improvement, that are
Improvement by addition vs. Improvement by subtraction.
Improvement by addition is focused on doing more of what does work: producing a faster car, creating a more powerful speaker, building a stronger table. Improvement by subtraction is focused on doing less of what doesn't work: eliminating mistakes, reducing complexity, and stripping away the inessential.
To Make Big Gains, Avoid Tiny Losses
This concept of improvement by addition and subtraction can be applied in day to day life. We will be helping you to improve in every aspect of life through these articles.