Episode 248: “If I don’t slow down, I don’t do something new…”

This is where the subhead goes where we talk about how you need to do your research and two other things 

That title of this episode is a direct quote from Jason.

The truth is that the topic — Why it’s important to slow down (and how it can inspire creativity) — was my idea. And he wasn’t immediately on board when I brought it up.

But as the conversation continued, I think he saw the light. He remembered that when he allows himself to slow down, he’s able to come up with different ways of doing things.

I don’t think slowing down comes easily to most of us. Neither does allowing ourselves to do less. This week’s episode is intended to give you permission for both.

It might mean:

  • Posting on social media less and not feeling a shred of guilt about it
  • Letting your yoga practice be your favorite restorative pose
  • Listening to an audiobook that makes you feel good (I just listened to Matt Haig’s The Comfort Book and loved it)
  • Putting less on your to-do list; letting the non-necessary things fall away

Did I mention not feeling guilty about any of these things but celebrating YOU and your time? That’s a key part of all of this.

I hope you will listen to the podcast where we share more ideas.

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