What's Essential hosted by Greg McKeown
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I'm Greg McKeown, and welcome to the What's Essential podcast. Through my best-selling book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, I've been fortunate to help many people deliberately distinguish the vital few from the trivial many and then remove these obstacles to create a clear path to accomplishing what matters. The Way of the Essentialist is not about trying to fit it all in - it's about fitting in only what matters.
Aspiring essentialists are always asking me for how they can apply these principles to their own lives. They want real examples from real people. This What's Essential podcast is my answer. Every week, we have conversations - sometimes with thought leaders, sometimes with celebrities, and often with people like you and me - to understand what they want to prioritize and help them apply Essentialism to achieve their goals in real life. I answer listener questions and talk about my own experiences as well, as I too am an aspiring Essentialist! You're invited to join us and take an hour or two a week to focus on learning how to put what matters to you first.
After all, if you don’t prioritize your life, someone else will.
Michael Hyatt on Winning at Work and Succeeding in Life
Nir Eyal on How to be Indistractable
Sheri Salata on Trial, Transcendence and Transformation
Benjamin Hardy on The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals
An Essential Intervention with Matheus Moura
Ethan Kross on How to Harness the Voice In Your Head
An Essential Intervention with Elena Aguilar
Thomas Dimitroff on Navigating a New Path
An Essential Intervention with Caroline Achkar
Anna McKeown on The Birth Of Essentialism (rebroadcast)
An Essential Intervention with Vanessa Guzman
Josh Shipp on The Teenager Whisperer
Nate Checketts on Harnessing Your Uniqueness
Dana Biberston on Emptiness and the 100-Year Vision
Jay Papasan on The First Thing
An Essential Intervention with Anika
Banks Benitez on The Magic of the 4-Day Workweek
Gretchen Rubin on Finding Your Highest Point of Contribution
Anna McKeown on The Perks of Being Unavailable