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“Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown: Part Two

Please check out Part One of my excerpts here. This is a powerful book. After completing this book I’ve re-evaluated not just my past decisions but I now view my future decisions in a different light. Anytime I expend resources such as time, money, effort, etc., the decision has to pass the question of whether […]

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Ephemeral Misery

This too will pass… nothing lasts forever… especially all nite ‘ups.

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“Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown: Part Two

Please check out Part One of my excerpts here. This is a powerful book. After completing this book I’ve re-evaluated not just my past decisions but I now view my future decisions in a different light. Anytime I expend resources … Continue reading

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“Into the Wild” by Jon Krakauer

I wanted to read this account of Chris McCandless’ journey after posting this excerpt from the book that helped me keep things in perspective during a challenging time in my life. Undoubtedly, the sense of journey and wanderlust portrayed in … Continue reading

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