The Minimalist Mindset: The Practical Path to Making Your Passions a Priority and to Retaking Your Freedom

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Price
$24.99  $23.24
Publisher
Intriguing Ideas Press
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Pages
224
Dimensions
5.0 X 0.56 X 8.0 inches | 0.77 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780998646725
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Reviews

"Through the process of having a show, I get asked to read many many books. Danny Dover's book, The Minimalist Mindset, deserves every star that I can give it. If you are looking to change your life and want practical ways of doing it, then this is the book for you!" - David Ralph: Host of Join Up Dots

"51 pages in and I took the simple actions that the author outlined in Chapter 6 'Money' to save myself $125 a month on recurring expenses, making the book well worth the investment!" - Peter Fantham: Business Manager

"At the center of a Minimalist Mindest is Danny himself, offering to the reader a history that colors the book's bits of knowledge with a lot of heart. It compelled me to find my own reasons for wanting to live a simpler, freer, and ultimately more productive life. Editing a life can be hard work! The Minimalist Mindset, however, does a great job in giving the reader small and actionable edits that an be employed to free up brain space and utilize creativity for more compelling activities. I loved it!" - Pat McClure: Principal

"I wish I had read this years ago. The book is comprehensive, actionable and full of relatable examples. By framing minimalism around habits rather than tasks, it makes simplifying complex routines much more attainable. I am only 50 pages in but have already learned a lot!" - Amazon Customer

"I was a little skeptical going into this book as I kind of imagined that minimalism was self explanatory. (Just own less stuff, right?!) Happily, I was pleasantly surprised by this book. By approaching Minimalism as a mindset rather than a one-off chore it delivers much more value. I enjoy simplicity and this book showed me how to apply it to areas of my life that I had never considered simplifying before. Well worth the read!" - Sean Eggleston: Principal, Interior Design International, Inc.