Greg McKeown

Essentialism it not about prioritizing what's important, it is about discerning what is essential. The nuanced difference in language represents a quantum difference in thinking.
If you have read my articles for a while, you will know I love a good book. Ok, let's get real - I am completely obsessed with books. I have thousands of them in my house, piled up on every available surface.
A natural consequence of success is an increased vision for what you can do. This is where abstainers often fail. Because we're are highly passionate about what we do, we often start at a sprint. But long-term commitments are marathons, and so abstainers often burn out.
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"Success can become a catalyst for failure," he said at Davos on Saturday. Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism: The Disciplined
The following 10 books (with a few honorable mentions at the end) do just that. Some you've no doubt heard of already; a few are under-appreciated gems. All are worth reading, even in a time when we all have too much to read.
The way we see it, busyness is a seductive trap too many of us fall into. While getting out isn't easy, or necessarily comfortable, it's the only path to living a more intentional, focused and productive life. Or as Arianna calls it -- it's the only way to thrive.
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we talk to Greg McKeown about leading life, based on essentialism. How do we define what is essential in our life and find success with less?
Author and business adviser Greg McKeown believes that each of us falls into one of two groups: essentialists and non-essentialists
"After a few days, there was some meeting fatigue setting in," he said during a recent appearance on HuffPost Live in Davos