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Publisher Description

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • More than one million copies sold! Essentialism isn’t about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done.
 
“A timely, essential read for anyone who feels overcommitted, overloaded, or overworked.”—Adam Grant
 
Have you ever:
• found yourself stretched too thin?
• simultaneously felt overworked and underutilized?
• felt busy but not productive?
• felt like your time is constantly being hijacked by other people’s agendas?
 
If you answered yes to any of these, the way out is the Way of the Essentialist
 
Essentialism is more than a time-management strategy or a productivity technique. It is a systematic discipline for discerning what is absolutely essential, then eliminating everything that is not, so we can make the highest possible contribution toward the things that really matter.
 
By forcing us to apply more selective criteria for what is Essential, the disciplined pursuit of less empowers us to reclaim control of our own choices about where to spend our precious time and energy—instead of giving others the implicit permission to choose for us.
 
Essentialism is not one more thing—it’s a whole new way of doing everything. It’s about doing less, but better, in every area of our lives. Essentialism is a movement whose time has come.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2014
April 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Crown
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
14.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Ant Allik ,

Insightful

This book was though provoking and inspirational. An easy read.

garrettkite ,

Love this book

Can't say enough positive things about this book. Great insights for business and everyday personal and family life. Highly recommended read!

pfunk27 ,

Life Changing

I'm only 1/3 of the way into this book, and already I have a different outlook on life. If you feel that you are overwhelmed with your work and personal responsibilities and commitments, I highly recommend you read this book.

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