Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less offers a manual that helps listeners intentionally and ultimately focus on a very few priorities in their lives that are really meaningful and remove those that are nonessential. We all continue saying yes to more opportunities and projects that come our way, even though we are not sure any of them are important or essential to our lives, and we are already overcommitted to deadlines and projects that may in fact be nonessentials. The essentialists must ask themselves whether these projects are important or essential before making any type of commitment or taking on responsibility if they want to live lives that are meaningful. The intent of this book is to show you why you should do this and how to do it.
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