Are You Free to Focus? (Part 2: Stopping)

Last week, we began reviewing some of the highlights of Michael Hyatt’s new book Free to Focus. If you missed this introduction, be sure to go back to read it for the context it provides on what we’re discussing this week. Image supplied by Michael Hyatt and Company Hyatt divides his advice in Free to […]

Daily Gleanings (8 April 2019)

Charles Quarles’s Theology of Matthew: Jesus Revealed as Deliverer, King, and Incarnate Creator (P&R, 2013) is available this month for free from Logos Bible Software. Matt D’Avella hosts a short (< 9 min) video with Greg McKeown that introduces some of the key lines of thinking around essentialism. For additional discussion, see previous posts about […]

Setting (and Limiting) Your Goals for the Year

What do you want to accomplish in the next 12 months? As we greet the new year and look forward to making the most of it, it’s important to take some time to identify—and limit—what we most want to do with it. Otherwise, we’re liable to get to the end of the year and have […]

A Conversation about Essentials

In this interview, Michele Cushatt, Michael Hyatt, and Greg McKeown discuss “essentialism,” or “the disciplined pursuit of less but better.” For more thoughts from Greg along these lines, take a look at his book Essentialism. For me, two points stand out in this discussion that aren’t brought out or aren’t brought out as clearly in […]