October 2017 Thrive Family Focus: Essentialism, with Greg McKeown

October 2017 Thrive Family Focus: Essentialism, with Greg McKeown

Welcome to the October Thrive Family Focus Interview! This month, Thrive community co-founder, Bill Blankschaen, sits down with best-selling author, Greg McKeown, to discuss Greg’s latest book  Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. 

Have you ever felt the urge to declutter your life?

Do you often find yourself stretched too thin?

Are you frequently busy but not productive?

Do you feel like your time is constantly being hijacked by other people’s agendas?

If you answered yes to any of these, then you need to meet Greg McKeown, who shares in this interview some powerful — and honestly life-changing — new ways of managing your life.   One of the points he so eloquently makes in his bestselling book is this:

If you don’t prioritize your life, someone else will.  But if you are determined to prioritize your own life, you can.  The power is yours.  It is within you.
Here’s what you’ll hear: 
  • The importance of responding to life, versus reacting
  • How to distinguish between the essentials and the non-essentials in life
  • 3 principles of essentialism everyone should know
  • How to build  buffer or margin into your life, and why it’s so important to do so
  • And so much more…

Ready to learn what it takes to regain control of your busy life? Then go ahead and check out this month’s Thrive Family Focus Interview now!

Focusing on the essentials is a choice.  It is your choice.  That in itself is incredibly liberating. — Greg McKeown


Learn more about Greg and his work by visiting GregMcKeown.com.

You can order Greg’s book, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by clicking here.

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