Can the search for something more be answered by something less - less stress, less clutter, less frantic racing to the next task or obligation?
Essentialism is not just about clearing and organizing the space around you. It is also about clearing your brain so that you function better mentally. When you free yourself of time vampires, you will have the freedom to pursue what really matters to you.
Are you exhausted from trying to do it all, to be all things to all people, to achieve in every area of your life?
Do you focus on your most urgent tasks but fail to do your most important tasks?
Do you struggle to say the little word no?
Do you end your day unsure that you accomplished anything?
If where you are now is the opposite of essentialism (an upgrade on the concept of minimalism), figuring out where to start can be overwhelming. Let Essentialism: Your Guide to the Power of Less and the power of habit guide you through the process of getting more by clearing out what does not contribute to your happiness and physical and mental health.
“The core of being an essentialist is to embrace the lifestyle to seek out what genuinely matters and to let everything else contributing to the distracting fog of our lives go,” explains author Mark Creed.
Essentialism will help you:
Understand why you keep things - the answer is different for different people
Give yourself permission to stop trying to do it all, so that you have time and energy for what is most important
Learn the three strategies for becoming an essentialist
You do not have to go to extremes for the philosophy of essentialism to improve your life. Scroll up and click buy now.