In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus, and director Matt D’Avella answer questions from the audience about their film, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, at their sold-out New York City screening:
- How do we help our children adopt minimalism practices?
- How do we help our parents adopt minimalism practices?
- How do we reconcile our personal lives with our professional lives when many of our careers revolve around consumption?
- How can minimalism help us become more spiritual?
- How do we tell friends and family members we don’t want physical gifts for birthdays and holidays?
- Why did you choose to make a documentary about minimalism?
- What is the most valuable lesson you learned from making the film?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Book: Essential
- Book: Everything That Remains
- Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
- Recommendation: Bluehost
- Recommendation: Doxie Scanners
- Tour: Minimalism Documentary
Our sincere thanks to all the folks at the SVA Theatre (@svatheatre) in New York City for graciously hosting us and for helping us capture this podcast episode. This episode was produced by Shawn Harding. Our theme music was written and performed by Peter Doran. Our podcasts are completely free, so if you found value in this episode, and you’d like to help us produce more, please consider donating a dollar to The Minimalists. Your donations help keep this podcast 100% advertisement-free (because advertisements suck).
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