released a year ago What matters: Overcome distractions to pursue a more meaningful life.
Thanks to you, we were able to achieve great success.
Last year, the book debuted at #1 on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list, has been translated into nine languages, received over 1,000 reviews on Amazon, and has sold over 50,000 copies.
In fact, just last week, I was #1 on Amazon for happiness and #2 for self-help.
Immediately after release important thingmy family and I visited 12 cities on our Midwest Summer Book Tour and met many of you.
Since then, I have been able to speak frequently on the topics covered in this book in a variety of contexts. bottom. Journey Church outside Omaha, Nebraska Sunday 7th May. If you live nearby, come say hello. 🙂
As always, check out my speaking schedule here or invite me to your next event.
Becoming Minimalist Community makes all this possible. I would like to take this opportunity to celebrate the one year anniversary of the book and thank him for making it (and this blog) such a great success.
Your love and support allows me to do what I do.
important thing is an important book and I am proud of it.
It takes the principles of minimalism I’m well known for and paints a bigger picture of how distractions keep us from meaning, purpose, and contentment. It draws our attention to distractions other than physical possessions that impede our Money, accolades, technology, leisure, and even distractions like fear and regret.
Anyone looking to live a more focused and purposeful life will benefit from it.
I get emails every week from people who have read this book and want to know how it has helped them.
“I loved the book! It resonated with me and continued to inspire a love of quality moments and time with my family over material possessions. I am a busy mom and I am trying to get my kids to read this book in high school.” — Katie Washburn
“This book not only made me think about how I wanted to be better, but it actually helped me do it by asking introspective questions. By far, the best book ever.” One, in fact I’ve read it twice and I don’t think I’ve finished applying it to my life.” — Jodi Hermes
After reading important thingand how did it affect your life? It will be a lot of fun reading the collection of stories in the comments section of this anniversary post.
Thank you for helping spread the word. Live your life and focus on what’s important.