If you’ve followed me on social media for any period of time, you’ve likely heard me talk about the practice of ESSENTIALISM. This idea of essentialism is not something you wake up one day and have mastered. It takes a deep understanding of what it is, what it demands, and the determination to practice it daily.
I have been at this for three years, and still haven’t mastered it, BUT it is something I refer to weekly if not daily in my decision making process. And you’ll find that the more you practice essentialism in one area of life, the more it turns up in other areas. You’ll get closer to closer to becoming “an essentialist.”
So the basis of essentialism is to take your energy and focus it in one area rather than 300. When our focus is not ACTUALLY focused on something, we make minimal progress right? So stop working on and thinking about ALL OF THE THINGS, and learn to choose only the ESSENTIAL.
This is not easy. And that’s what I dive into with today’s episode of The FitsPRO Podcast. What I believe to be the hardest part of practicing essentialism. I won’t give it away here, but if you are interested in using your time more wisely and getting the most out of your effort on this planet, you need to pick up on this whole essentialist deal.
If you haven’t already, make sure you purchase Greg Mckeown’s book called Essentialism. Visit my amazon page and snag it. Just remember to read it with the INTENT to IMPLEMENT. Don’t you dare just breeze through it without actually taking the time and effort to apply the knowledge. There is no point in reading it if that’s your aim.
Lastly, I teach both these concepts of essentialism and the intent to implement inside FitsPRO Foundations (my online course for online fitness professionals). You can join the waitlist here, as the doors will be opening soon and the waitlist gets first dibs.
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