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How to Stop Adding Stuff to Your Life

The case for subtraction and creating more space

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A common refrain amongst my coaching clients, and most people these days, is finding it challenging to pay deep attention to meaningful activities. Even after addressing low-hanging fruit — for example: eliminating distractions, designing the physical environment, and timing specific tasks — many people still struggle…




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Brad Stulberg

Brad Stulberg

Bestselling author of The Practice of Groundedness ( Co-Creator of The Growth Equation. Coach to executives, entrepreneurs, and MDs.

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