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Greg McKeown
New York Times bestselling author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
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Filipe Dutra Nunes Jun 15
“Is it any wonder that often the times we feel most alive, those that make up our best memories, are moments of play?” - , on Essentialism
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My Saintly Opinion Jun 15
This reminded me of your book, .
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AngelaDunn Jun 13
My team’s mantra this year, . Sent everyone a copy of the bible. V infectious mantra for us. Thanks for the pic
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Aidan Malone Jun 12
“Remember that if you don’t prioritize your life someone else will.” ― Greg Mckeown, Essentialism Loving this book so far on a true message for our times! Already having tests today whether I can say no & aspire to be an essentialist!
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Charles Assisi | ചാൾസ് അസ്സീസ്സി Jun 11
Eventually, what matters are only the essentials. (a h/t to for placing things in perspective)
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(((Ken Lane))) Jun 12
Just finished up "Essentialism" by . This is an incredible read on determining what matters most in order to live a more deliberate, focused life. You can almost say it's time-based minimalism. It would usually have a dust jacket, but I found it non-essential. 😎
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Greg McKeown Jun 11
Replying to @nally_mcn
Take the right next step.
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Greg McKeown Jun 8
What are the top three books you have read in the last five years?
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Greg McKeown Jun 6
Everyone is stuck in their coping mechanism of choice. Not living: coping.
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Greg McKeown Jun 6
Have you ever found yourself reliving and resenting some past wrong? Read this:
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Greg McKeown Jun 6
When is worry healthy and when is it not?
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Matt D'Avella Mar 26
"A few things are exceptionally valuable and most other things are noise."
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Grant | thesimplicitystrategy Jun 5
Our problems no longer come from scarcity. They come from abundance. We have abundance of food, information, and opportunities. Our task is to filter out the bad and focus on the good. Today, we always have to be saying no and cutting out (influences: , )
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Greg McKeown Jun 6
What are the best ways you have discovered to overcome a (nonessential) grudge? This article is a good place to begin.
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Greg McKeown Jun 5
"The Beautiful No" is about designing the the life of your dreams rather than just the career of your dreams. Worth a watch...
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Greg McKeown Jun 5
Stanford's "Touchy Feely" class is a classic experience:
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Greg McKeown Jun 5
Got this from a reader: "I am really moved by your concepts but am finding difficulties applying it to my Hospitality business. That is a 7 day a week 20 hour a day operation." Suggestions?
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Greg McKeown Jun 5
I love the title of your new book.
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Greg McKeown Jun 5
I want to spend my life as a teacher and writer. Who are you called to be?
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