Today I want you to learn from Greg McKeown, the bestselling author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, who believes that the key to success has nothing to do with having more, but doing more with less. But wait, doesn’t success mean more business, more clients, and more of the work you want to be doing?
Greg McKeown says no. Instead, the idea is to pare down what you’re doing to that which is most essential, focusing your efforts on prioritizing things that you’re doing that will bring about the best results.
[pullquote align=”normal”]“The undisciplined pursuit of more does not produce the freedom, the joy, the results that people are promised.” [/pullquote]
On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Greg, who’s teaching us how to stop being so busy and start focusing on the essential.
In this interview, Greg also discusses time management and how to make trade-offs to do less of what you don’t need to be doing, to do more of what you should be doing – and spend less time doing it!
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