Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, feat. Bestselling author Greg McKeown

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I think you’re really going to like this episode with bestselling author Greg McKeown. He’s a Brit and seems like a deeply spiritual man with strong convictions for his family and faith.

That is what he credits for a recent health scare with one of his children who had a serious undiagnosed illness but eventually regained her health. Greg talks about the idea of Essentialism, which is not like minimalism where you pair down your belongings to the bare bones… No, Essentialism is about keeping only the things, ideas and beliefs that serve you well. This resonates with me as I’ve shared my story when I felt like a victim 10 years ago during a really dark time in my life. I was able to swap that story and adopt a new one of being a survivor —that was my essential keepsake.

I would also like to thank our sponsor LMNT — and speaking of essentials…it’s a good segue into this amazing drink that’s improved my health in a big way. Some of you know I’ve been battling migraines for a while and my doctor hasn’t found any solutions for me. I’m so sick of taking medicine so I talked to several pro athlete friends and their trainers who told me I was probably missing important electrolytes.

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