Authors: Greg McKeown,
You are in need of McKeown’s wisdom if you find yourself occupied all the time, but not productive. If you want to take a break and reorganize your life. If your schedule is full of doing things for other people. In Essentialism, you will learn how to weed out the unnecessary things so you can focus on what truly matters.
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