I’m reading a book entitle “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg Mckeown. It talks about the importance of being deliberate in how you spend your time and eventually your life. I like it because it approaches time management not from “doing more in less time” but determining the essential things to do with the time you have.
In the beginning of the book he asks three questions that are worthy of asking yourself today:
What am I deeply passionate about?
What taps my talent?
What meets a significant need in the world?
What would your life look like if you carved out 30 minutes today to think about those questions?
We spent a restful weekend at our favorite cabin in the woods in Knox County, Ohio last weekend.