Essentialist thinking: the three realities

  1. Individual choice: We can choose how to spend our energy and time.
  2. The prevalence of noise: almost everything is noise, and very few things are exceptionally valuable.
  3. The reality of trade-offs is that we can’t have it all or do it all.

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