The topic of today’s show is Being Unbusy, going from Ambition to Meaning as Wayne Dyer called it.  It happens at a different time in everyone’s life, a switching of gears from something which appeared to matter to something which now looks more inviting and valuable. In Own It! terms it’s the “And Your Life” bit.

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In the Show…

Nicola’s encouraging local Stoupa eatery the Tamarisk Tree to have a Facebook Page and tells a story about upgrading broadband to match Judith’s story of chasing ten bucks’ worth of foreign currency all over the south east of England!

  • What’s Fuelled Their Fire?

A new pair of blue Mum jeans and FB making some changes to pages and groups for Nicola, and Judith deciding to read her weekly newsletter into her podcast for those who prefer audio to reading.

  • FOCUS of the Week

Today’s focus falls on Being Unbusy. Nicola says “There is something in this unbusy thing…..Justin Brooke’s just bought a big RV and is travelling the States with Chaunna and the kids. Lots of IM gurus are slowing down, trimming costs, automating and starting to have a life rather than living from launch to launch.” A discussion ensues about moving from the Ambition stage of life to Meaning, and when and why that happens as each of us is ready and no sooner.

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Justin’s Facebook post which prompted this discussion

Lisa Warner’s YouTube channel: A Life Full of Meaning

  • Words of the Week

Judith chooses Numpty and Nicola picks Streamline.

  • Project Updates

Nicola’s got a new Done For You client and Judith’s sold 102 books and opened a Facebook Page for her Fabulous Adventure.

  • Who or What’s Impressed?

Judith is impressed by Stephen Hawking outliving his doctors’ diagnosis for his life expectancy by more than 40 years. And Nicola recommends The Wonder by Emma Donoghue who wrote The Room.

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