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 

Jason Crandell and Andrea Ferretti

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.

Train with Jason online or in-person in 2024!

Jason Crandell in Crow pose

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