"Essentialism" by Greg McKeown

A client recently asked me to join his team in reading "Essentialism" by Greg McKeown as part of a role delineation and clarification process I am leading. To say that I thoroughly enjoyed the book is an overstatement. To say that I was challenged by the book is an understatement. Fact is, the book was so challenging at points that I didn't enjoy it at all. But I needed it. And I suspect some of you do too.

If you've ever found yourself trying to keep too many plates spinning at the same time...

If you've ever skipped time with your family for an unexpected opportunity to visit with a client...

If you've ever revised your priority list and found all activities are a "Priority A"...

If you've ever sacrificed sleep because your to-do list is too long...

If you've ever wondered what you really should be doing...

Then this book is for you.

If you follow @EthosLeadership on Twitter, you'll be seeing lots of quotes from the book over the next 30 days, but those are merely designed to whet your appetite. I encourage you to pick up a copy of the book, read it, practice it, and teach it to those who matter to you.

Let's be essentialists!
Becky