Next is no chemicals and artificial feed. As this is the Lazy Beekeeping presentation, the main reasoning here is that it saves a lot of work. Who wants to go put something in, take it out, wear gloves, etc. etc. etc. Feeding is the same way. Making syrup and feeding it takes time and energy and it costs too.
Next is carts. Easy on the back. I use the pickup or wheel barrow when possible, but I have thought about building a cart but have never gotten around to it.
Leave the burr comb between boxes. The queen uses it as a ladder.
Don't cut queen cells. Destroying queen cells a lot of times ends up causing queenlessness because the queen may have left or will be leaving soon anyway.
Stop fighting your bees. How do you make your bees do whatever? Don't. Maybe fool them or stack the deck, but you can't make them do anything.
Rule of thumb, if you're not sure what to do, don't do anything.
Don't wrap hives, just seals in the moisture. Cold has a beneficial effect on bees. Further north means more honey. Don't make your hive a damp tomb.
Stop painting your hives. According to Richard Taylor, the hives will last longer if you don't paint them. Mike disagrees.
Stop switching hive bodies. Stops swarming, yes, by confusing things which is not productive.
Don't look for the queen. Takes a lot of time and you can find anything you need to find without her usually.
Don't wait. Not a good enough reason to wait between making the hive queenless and giving them a new one.
Feed dry sugar, much quicker and easier and can do it in the winter.
Split by the box. Much quicker making splits. Works much better with 8-frame mediums. Not so well with deeps.