Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less (Paperback)
The core of essentialism as a concept focuses on the idea that any particular entity requires certain elements for its functioning and existence. These are the essential traits which make an entity what it is. Essentialism is a book which deals with situations wherein people would find themselves in the middle of an information explosion. They could also feel occupied with a lot of work, but still be unproductive.
This ensures that there is a proper channel for one’s energy, time, and effort, which can be applied to a specific goal in order to achieve it. Essentialism, the book, helps the readers in adopting this disciplined way of thinking which can be practiced and applied in real-life scenarios to achieve lasting success. It is an approach adopted by successful people of top-notch companies, which can now be used by any common man. This book was published by Virgin Books in 2014, and is available in paperback.
About the Author
An author, motivational speaker, and a blogger for HBR, Greg McKeown is mainly concerned with Essentialist philosophies. He has earned his MBA from the Stanford University. Greg serves as a mentor and a guest speaker at 2Seeds/Tanzania, Net Impact, and The Kauffman Fellows. He has worked for companies like Heidrick & Struggles’ Global Leadership Practice, and has taught in renowned organisations like Google, Twitter, Apple, and Facebook. Greg has also contributed to a book named Multipliers, which was a bestseller on the Wall Street Journal. He is a part of the World Economic Forum in the position of a Young Global Leader.
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