“If you really believe that a few things are exceptionally valuable and most other things are noise, then you will automatically, naturally start to change your behavior. It’s about what matters most to you in life — it’s not just about less, it’s about essential things.”
This isn’t about minimalism, it’s about focus — and it’s a must-watch.
In a 9-minute video author Greg McKeown talks to Matt D’Avella about how to focus on the essential and the disciplined pursuit of less.
He explains how to apply essentialism to the things you own, work you do, and way you spend your attention.
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