Ditching the Clutter to Go for Your Dreams
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are minimalists, meaning they declutter their lives from material possessions to make room for what's really important. In talks that will make you laugh, cry, and re-think how you're living, this duo shares the radical notion that when things aren't satisfying you, you can opt-out of the excess culture we live in. From simple living and decluttering to digital clutter, workplace minimalism, and personal relationships, their talks will make you think: what do you value? Are you truly chasing your dreams? And most of all, what do the things you own mean to you?
The Minimalists are starring in a Netflix documentary called Less Is Now
There is a reason why Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan are called The Minimalists: In today's day and age where you can have any object delivered to your door immediately, they're urging society to take a step back and really think about why we collect what we have. In their speeches, they bring the topics of their popular Netflix documentaries to audiences, speaking about a wide array of topics, from simple living and decluttering to digital clutter, workplace minimalism, personal relationships, and living a meaningful life.
Following the success of their first film Minimalism, they are starring in another Netflix documentary called Less Is Now. The film shows their lives as minimalists and discusses their philosophy that when things aren't satisfying you, you can go against the culture and stop buying it.
Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus, known to their audience as The Minimalists, help more than 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and films. They have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Time magazine, and they have spoken at Harvard, Apple, and Google. The Minimalists Podcast is often the #1 health podcast on Apple Podcasts, and their popular documentaries, Minimalism and Less is Now, are available on Netflix. Both raised in Dayton, Ohio, they currently live in Los Angeles.
The Minimalists have spoken at Harvard, Apple, Google, MDRT, SXSW, and many other organizations, schools, and conferences. They speak about a wide array of topics, from simple living and decluttering to digital clutter, workplace minimalism, personal relationships, and living a meaningful life.