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Stephen Covey

“Anything less than a conscious commitment to the important is an unconscious commitment to the unimportant.” 

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  1. Decide what’s unimportant: cover the low priorities of your life. You might discover you are focusing on the wrong priorities and cluttering your brain and wasting your time.
  2. Know what’s important: move to what’s really important to you. These are the things you love, b...

To minimize your life is choosing to live by design, not by default. You decide where to allocate your time, focus, and efforts.

What minimizing your life will bring you:

  • More Efficiency: You finally have enough time to do what’s truly important.
  • More Time: Owning and doing things carry high costs. Doing less frees up your time to focus on the essential few.
  • Less Stress: No m...

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