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Greg McKeown
New York Times bestselling author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
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Greg McKeown 12h
This moment is not happening to you but for you.
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Greg McKeown Apr 17
I’d be happy to try it out!
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Greg McKeown Apr 17
I struggle with getting back to sleep if I wake up earlier than planned. Any good tips that have worked for you for continuing to rest?
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Greg McKeown Apr 17
Now is essential in and of itself. Indeed, few things are more essential.
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Greg McKeown Apr 17
Thank you for being a part of the Essentialism movement. The one thing we need more of, is less.
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Greg McKeown Apr 17
Stopping is a powerful strategy.
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Greg McKeown Apr 16
Stop stressing; start noticing.
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Greg McKeown Apr 16
What if this moment is everything you need but you're rushing past it in search of something else so you don't notice it.
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Greg McKeown Apr 16
I am an optimist despite the frailties of human nature.
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Greg McKeown Apr 16
The past matters. The future matters more. But both are trivial compared with the importance of the present moment.
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Greg McKeown Apr 16
Stop saying yes without thinking it through.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
This moment, this thing you are giving away like it is worth nothing. This is actually worth everything. The one truly essential increment of time.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
Replying to @MasteryBTC
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
If you want magic to happen in your life: combine your highest attention on your highest priority.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
Stop rushing; start breathing.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
We are on the same wave length.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
Most of what is going on is not vital.
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
What if we stopped celebrating being busy every second as a measurement of importance? What if instead we celebrated each moment spent stopping, pausing, breathing, listening, being, and enjoying the present with the most important people in our lives?
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Greg McKeown Apr 15
Thank you kindly. Essentialism has turned out to be more countercultural than I realized when I wrote it.
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Greg McKeown Apr 13
Be selective, be thoughtful. You simply cannot say yes to everything.
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