Summary and Analysis of Greg Mckeown's 'Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less'
- Narrated by: Chrystianna Robinson
- Length: 35 mins
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Essentialism is a great book for anyone who would like to improve their life by accomplishing important goals. This book will teach people how to reduce the amount of stress they feel in addition to increasing the energy that they possess. The teachings found in essentialism have been around for thousands of years, but they have not been utilized by many people in the Western Hemisphere. Many intellects and spiritual masters from the Eastern world have been teaching these principles to anyone who would listen.
The book starts out by displaying real-world examples of people in the Western Hemisphere who have benefited from these teachings. The concept of essentialism is broken down into about four different steps that make it easy for anyone to learn how to become an essentialist. The essentialist mindset is examined in comparison to the non-essentialist mindset. The Western world has promoted many non-essentialist values and by understanding these values, people can stop incorporating them into their lives.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn when you download your copy today:
- How essentialism is different from non-essentialism
- The reason why essentialists have less stress
- Learn why hard work alone is not enough