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Apr 15, 2020

Bonus Episode 2: Essentialism in the time of Coronavirus

“What if the whole world shifted from the undisciplined pursuit of more to the disciplined pursuit of less… only better?” - Greg McKeown (Essentialism)

  • Recorded March 24, 2020
  • Essentialism helps us develop life skills.
  • It adapts to life’s seasons.
  • We have the ability to build great relationships by asking important questions like What are your boundaries? of the people around us.
  • Understanding what is essential to those around you will ease conflict.
  • It is important to keep what is essential to us in mind right now.
  • Living in the moment is essential in a crisis and mitigates uncertainty.
  • Saying “no” creates boundaries, enhances time management, and keeps us thinking clearly.
  • Knowing what is essential to us allows us to manage more smoothly in a crisis and gives us a sense of control.
  • Deciphering whether something builds us up or tears us down will show us which actions to take.
  • Identify the things that give you calm and peace and allow yourself to do them.
  • We recorded an earlier episode on Essentialism: Episode 88