We live in an exciting time. With easy access to the internet and quality podcasts, blogs, books, webcasts, forums, and MOOCs, the sky is the limit for growth and service. The problem is our inability to deal with abundance. If we attempt to gather, sift and apply the available quality resources, the end result may be numbness or withdrawal due to exhaustion.
In order to stay in the fray, we need to implement safeguards. The identification of mentors and information curators is the simple solution. Once curators are identified, available time can be used digesting and applying information provided by them.
Dave and I have great respect for curation. It is expertise in selecting, preserving and maintaining assets. The integrity and skill of the curator determines the value of the collection. Dave and I are beholden to quality content on intentional, simple, minimal, faith-based/value-driven living. The following list, referenced in part in our earlier post, Thought Leaders Who Have Inspired Us, though not comprehensive of all the high quality content providers, lists the experts who have been most influential in our journey thus far.
Principles of Margin:
Timothy Keller @timkellernyc
Dr. Henry Cloud @DrHenryCloud
Simple / Organized Living:
Simple Life Together – Dan and Vanessa Hayes
Zen Habits – Leo Babauta
The Simple White Rabbit – Christy King
Be More With Less – Courtney Carver
The Other Side of Complexity – Mike Burns
Value of Simple – Joel Zaslofsky
Slow Your Home – Brooke McAlary
The Minimalists – Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus
Becoming Minimalist – Joshua Becker
Getting Out the Message:
Linked In Lady – Carol McManus
Become A Blogger – Leslie Samuel
We welcome your suggested additions. Please make recommendations in the comments section. Thank you.
Originally posted on http://SimpleLifeReboot.com