In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua & Ryan answer questions in front of a sold-out crowd in their hometown, Dayton, Ohio, including:
- With the infinite possibilities of places to travel to and to live in, how do I minimize those options and focus on one place?
- Have you considered focusing your efforts on educating the younger generations on minimalism to prevent the problems with consumerism that arise as we grow older?
- When you’re on major media outlets, do you believe the interviewers are wholly engaged and later become advocates for minimalism?
Mentioned in This Episode
- Book: Essential
- Book: Everything That Remains
- Book: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
- Community: Bandit Coffee
- Event: Bandit Coffee October Meetup
- Meetup: Minimalist.org
- Recommendation: Bluehost
- Recommendation: Doxie Scanners
- Soundtrack: Minimalism Documentary
- Watch: Minimalism Documentary
- Watch: The Art of Letting Go
- Workshop: How to Write Better
Our sincere thanks to all the folks at The Neon in Dayton, Ohio, 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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