Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less| Book Summary | Readtrepreneur
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An ideal book for anyone who thinks that they are too "busy" but aren't doing anything productive. Essentialism is a book about priorities. It's not about somehow managing to do all of the activities in your life disregarding if they are important or not, it's about having a detailed plan of what's important for you and what's not and starting from there. That is why it is called the pursuit of less because during that quest for "less" you'll find out that you're actually doing more.
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"There should be no shame in admitting to a mistake; after all, we really are only admitting that we are now wiser than we once were." – Greg McKeown
Essentialism forces us to be more selective in regards to what is essential and what isn't. Pursuing less give us the liberty of choosing what we want to do and regain control of our schedule. There is no need to be overwhelmed just because you feel like you can't get anything done. With this book, you'll discover what activities you should get rid of to achieve much more! Greg McKeown stresses that you can have complete control over your schedule if you just start weighing out priorities. It's time for you to become productive.
P.S. Essentialism is an extremely useful book that will help you make the most out of every single day. When you start making the right decisions about your priorities, you'll begin optimizing the time to start doing something for your future.
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