A rich life with less Enter the cult of extreme productivity 2 days ago   14:58

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Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, better known to their 2 million readers as The Minimalists, are the authors of several bestselling books, including EVERYTHING THAT REMAINS. They spoke at TEDxWhitefish about minimalism, the value of community, and discovering what makes people rich. For more info about The Minimalists visit http://theminimalists.com

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laarnie ang
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Krzysztof Pawlowicz
Daje do myślenia ale mając dom i kase w banku można rozdawać niepotrzebne rzeczy..
music cliche
I soent my whole life making more money so i could have vacation. I was trading time to buy more money, now i got money to buy vacation. Now im trading money to buy some time in my life that i spent making money. Life is so funny.
Brittany Smith
They are so goofy! Love this!
Web Surfer
Powerful lesson here, I can't believe 1.1k people disliked it, I guess some people are just beyond help?
the PaulTurf
Awesome !!!
Okba Cherboub
The eyes can't see the happiness
Ron Wells
Minimalist, good idea!
Learn Languages With Yogee
Good story telling... character popping in... and good minimalistic props... reminds me of waiting for Godot..
Learn Languages With Yogee
At 6:26 I felt like saying ... now come to the point...
webuser 2014
At the End things that matters, that resonates.Really good, more people should watch this!
Sandra Wilson
Money can not buy you time, money cant stop your death, obvious points but true, it cant really find us real love though it can perhaps give us more chance of getting dates etc. Many years ago i made something amateur and low fi on here, to see it simply just type in the search bar above the following title.........Death the great taboo
ambra ambrosini
thank you very much guys!
Awais Noor
The only junk for me is College.
Qypsy Q Traveler aka Pamela Prizant-Brooks
Hubbs Harry and I have downsized and we are soooo happy ! We use our extra money not for "stuff" but for travel in missions. I do not even drive anymore, and don't need to - we have one paid for, small truck, and we rent a cute little duplex. WE are stress-free, unburdoned and very happy! We live on less than $30K, and I make a little extra stash here and there doing what I love! Thank you for this information, and ideas, Thank you Shalom and G-d bless!
Grace Aomsuay
Great life.
Olga Fadejeva
Brilliant talk! These guys also have a fantastic podcast (I listen to it on Spotify but it must be available elsewhere), check it out :)
Aziza Omari
It's easier for men living minimalism, not for woman
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Enter the cult of extreme productivity A rich life with less 2 days ago   18:34

In this talk Mark shares a dramatic and powerful system that takes productivity thinking to whole new and terrifying level, allowing a person to achieve almost any goal they set themselves with rapid speed. The secret to this type of exponential success? Bin your ‘affirmations’ and ‘goals’ and instead embrace fear as your friend by making irreversible decisions. Instead of hapless resolutions members of the "Lock-In" cult contract with themselves in a way that they cannot escape from (without suffering brutal consequences). The “Lock-In" system harnesses our most primal evolutionary instinct - to avoid pain - and uses it to radically supercharge our lives. Many of the most successful people in history have used its phenomenal power to create extraordinary success. Think you're hardcore enough? Then enter the Cult of Extreme Productivity Mark Adams is Vice President and Head of Innovation at VICE, which has come from humble beginnings as a print magazine to digitally transform into a 5 billion dollar youth media empire. In this talk, Mark describes the cult of extreme productivity that he became part of alongside his brother. The cult is all about making irreversible decisions that make “manifesting” your dreams the only option because not achieving it would create indescribable suffering. This is the second time Mark has done a TEDx talk. The first time his talk was banned. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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