Essentialism by Greg McKeown is a must read for people interested in productivity and getting more done.
It's a real eye-opener which challenges you to think about what's important and how you're spending your time. The book guides you through the process of saying "no" to the "trivial many" so you can focus more on the "essential few".
We’ll begin this summary with a brief outline of what McKeown means when he describes living life as an Essentialist. Then we’ll move on to discuss his 4-part process of becoming an Essentialist. Part 1; Essence, is all about mindset. Part 2; Explore, is about learning and discovery. Part 3: Eliminate is about getting rid of the non-essential and finally Part 4: Executor, is all about how to use the newly discovered time you now have.
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