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Big Ideas in Books: essentialism by Greg McKeown

Big Ideas in Books: essentialism by Greg McKeown

I can tell you that many New York Times bestsellers are not best sellers. At least, I doubt that they have sold the requisite number of copies. Maybe so. Maybe I am being petulant about it. I can just share that I’ve read some NY Times bestsellers that were pretty unimpressive.

On to Big Ideas in Books where we will discuss essentialism by Greg McKeowan. The title is not a typo, he spells it with a lower case ‘e’. Shades of e.e. cummings? Perhaps. I am not privy to the reason behind the spelling.

May Day: Our Theme is Disruption

May Day: Our Theme is Disruption

Everyone wants to be different. Everyone says their product or service is different. I sometimes am not sure what they mean. Different than…what?

We all have competition. We all want our stuff to stand out from the competition. So, we look at the competition and go back to our workshop and spend time sweating out new, different, amazing products just to stay in the game.

But what if you took your talent and cause a disruption by doing this - as the Blue Ocean Strategy blog suggests: