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Joshua Fields Millburn left his corporate career at
age 30 to become a full-time author. Best known...
1
A minimalist eliminates all the non-essentials from her life
so she can appreciate the true essence of life.
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
Yo...
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
Yo...
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
Yo...
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
Yo...
2
The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist
is to reclaim your time,
so you can focus on the following key activities:
Yo...
3
As you transition to a minimalist lifestyle,
be ready to disconnect from your shadow identity
and connect with the real ...
4
A minimalist opts not to set goals -
instead, she establishes a direction for her life.
Hers is a journey worth pursuing.
5
Lasting happiness is when your actions match your beliefs.
how true are you to that?
6
You’ll know your relationships matter
when they support you,
no matter the circumstances.
6
You’ll know your relationships matter
when they support you,
no matter the circumstances.
7
A minimalist doesn’t shy away from challenges
because she understands
that success is the result of many trails and erro...
8
Leaders who make it their highest priority
to improve the lives of their employees
are irreplaceable.
9
A minimalist seeks leverage,
and always asks this question,
‘how would my life be better if I owned less stuff?’
10
A minimalist is not allergic to capitalism,
she just defines success differently.
Success = Happiness + Growth + Contri...
How would your life improve
if you got rid of some stuff?
REALLY REFLECT...
Connect WITH US!
Tell us what you think
Chase@33voices.com
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Joshua Fields Millburn left his corporate career at age 30 to become a full-time author. Best known as half of the simple-living duo The Minimalists, his essays have garnered an audience of more than 2 million readers at TheMinimalists.com.

Millburn is the bestselling author of three fiction and five nonfiction books and has been featured on CBS This Morning, ABC, NBC, FOX, NPR, CBC Radio, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Forbes, Elle Canada, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Seattle Times, Austin American-Statesman, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, Vancouver Sun, Village Voice, LA Weekly, Zen Habits, and various other outlets.

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10 Insights to Live Like a Minimalist | Joshua Fields Millburn

  1. 1. Powered by insights from Joshua fields millburn
  2. 2. This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  3. 3. Joshua Fields Millburn Joshua Fields Millburn left his corporate career at age 30 to become a full-time author. Best known as half of the simple-living duo The Minimalists, his essays have garnered an audience of more than 2 million readers at TheMinimalists.com. Millburn is the bestselling author of three fiction and five nonfiction books and has been featured on CBS This Morning, ABC, NBC, FOX, NPR, CBC Radio, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Forbes, Elle Canada, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Chi- cago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Seattle Times, Austin American-Statesman, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, Vancouver Sun, Village Voice, LA Weekly, Zen Habits, and various other outlets.universities, and conferences. @JFM
  4. 4. 1 A minimalist eliminates all the non-essentials from her life so she can appreciate the true essence of life.
  5. 5. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities:
  6. 6. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities: Your health - without it, your life’s empty
  7. 7. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities: Your best relationships - because they bring meaning to your life
  8. 8. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities: Your ability to cultivate a passion - because its your true north
  9. 9. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities: Your growth - because growing starts with giving
  10. 10. 2 The ultimate benefit of being a minimalist is to reclaim your time, so you can focus on the following key activities: Your contribution - because society needs you
  11. 11. 3 As you transition to a minimalist lifestyle, be ready to disconnect from your shadow identity and connect with the real you.
  12. 12. 4 A minimalist opts not to set goals - instead, she establishes a direction for her life. Hers is a journey worth pursuing.
  13. 13. 5 Lasting happiness is when your actions match your beliefs. how true are you to that?
  14. 14. 6 You’ll know your relationships matter when they support you, no matter the circumstances.
  15. 15. 6 You’ll know your relationships matter when they support you, no matter the circumstances.
  16. 16. 7 A minimalist doesn’t shy away from challenges because she understands that success is the result of many trails and errors.
  17. 17. 8 Leaders who make it their highest priority to improve the lives of their employees are irreplaceable.
  18. 18. 9 A minimalist seeks leverage, and always asks this question, ‘how would my life be better if I owned less stuff?’
  19. 19. 10 A minimalist is not allergic to capitalism, she just defines success differently. Success = Happiness + Growth + Contribution.
  20. 20. How would your life improve if you got rid of some stuff? REALLY REFLECT...
  21. 21. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com
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