The 3 M’s
“If you mind can’t see the steps, your heart will ask to pause”
Recently, I saw a Tweet about an article called "How to Do. One. Thing. At. A. Time" and it made me think about The Minimalists. Sometimes life moves on and I don't spend the same time I used to in terms of consuming content from my favorite sources. But that's ok.
Then I saw the email with that podcast episode called Simpleliving. I must say these guys have continued to improve how they deliver their message of living a meaningful life and spreading the word about what it means to be a minimalist.
Now they have the YouTube version of their podcast episodes which gives another perspective than just listening to them. Here's the podcast episode and below the video I will include my own notes as I watch/listen:
This is a good reminder about discipline. I normally tend to accomplish a lot when I work on my discipline, but the challenge is to keep it going.
“When did your life change? … Look, it changes every day!”
It is always exciting to hear what’s the current state of the Word … Press that is!
There is something about this time lapse video that I love:
Quality over quantity is going to be soon the (only) way to be. I dare to say that everyone is trying to maximize and scale and grow. A result of the industrial revolution over these past years, as I call it. Quality is the key, and when I find people doing this, I can’t help but applaud that approach as well as many other things that I was able to listen in this podcast episode.
I prefer to take one at a time so I can focus fully on you and your mission.
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It’s been a couple of years now since I found The Good Life Project. I’ve seen some interesting interviews here and there. The value I am getting out of this podcast has been surprising me. But perhaps more importantly, I find myself reflecting on how much I resonate with a lot of the things that are said. It is an interesting connection and I am sure I will go back to this post and listen to this again later in the future.