Interview with Leo Babauta from Zenhabits

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Interview with Leo Babauta from Zenhabits

Leo Babauta is a writer, a runner, and a vegetarian, and the owner of Zen Habits, a blog featured in Time Magazine in the list of the 25 best blogs of 2009. Babauta is also the author of the best-selling book, “The Power of Less: The Fine Art of Limiting Yourself to the Essentials… in Work and in Life”

In this first clip of a series, I asked this question to Leo:

“What was your state of mind when you decided to simplify your life? Was
it a decision you made as a result of a crisis or was it a slow evolution?”

Watch Part II of this interview where I ask Leo:
Would you say that getting rid of the non-essentials, is the only way to discover the essential?

Watch Part III of this interview where I ask Leo:
Would you say that once you are aligned with a meaningful fulfilling mission, a habit forming discipline becomes effortless, even if it is hard?

Watch Part IV of this interview where I ask Leo:
I usually talk about the need to connect to a non-material dimension of ABUNDANCE. In what ways do you have non-material abundance in your life?

Watch Part V of this interview where I ask Leo:
I was inspired by your idea of minimalism as a value for sustainability could you elaborate on your idea of “walking lightly”?

Watch Part VI of this interview where I ask Leo:
What is your new site mnmlist.com about? And what makes it different from Zenhabits?

2 Responses to “Interview with Leo Babauta from Zenhabits”

  1. MILEDYS Says:

    Well, this is amazing. It’s very helpful to those of us who are trying to turn our life in a different direction. You always hear the proverb “keep it simple” and we often just forget that simplicity is good.
    This is such a great tool for changing you life, I REALLY APPRECIATE IT.
    Thanks

  2. Chris C. Ducker Says:

    Excellent interview, Javier.

    Great questions and great answers from Leo, who I have been following religiously for the last 2 years.

    Awesome stuff, buddy.

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