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From Antonella Gambotto-Burke’s new book Mama: Dispatches from the Frontline of Love Geir Berthelsen’s ten-point guide to going slow: 1. Set your alarm clock always ten minutes before you need to get up (you 
will never run late). 2. Prepare and eat a structured breakfast – for example, from 6.45 – 7.10 
am every day. 3. Let all parties involved…


Read Antonella Gambotto-Burke’s revealing, SlowConversations in her new book MOUTH which is a collection of SlowConversations with people like: Edward de Bono, Jordan Belfort, Jack Falcone, Sasha Grey, Sig Hansen, Marilyn Manson, Bette Midler, Chuck Palahniuk and many more including myself.
 The interviews are very well connected together as a collection. Antonella has invented a new genre within journalism namely…


So what is FastConversation?

2014-11-27 17:56

Well, it is articulated by the famous street artist DOLK.


We recommend you to participate in this study. The world’s first multilingual study about simpler/slower living. What is life ? “Life is What Happens To You While You’re Busy Making Other Plans.” John Lennon Wanted: Downshifters At a certain point in your life, have you decided to downshift/simplify/slow down your life? Very much so or just a little? Then please…


Remember That the question is not “WHY SLOW?! It is “WHY FAST?!” But WHY FAST? Because you want to make some things in life go fast, so that you have more time to do the things you enjoy more slowly! To not be in a hurry all the time is our generation’s most important form of wealth!


Is it possible in today’s superfast world to live slow? Would I be able to keep my job? Provide a good living for my family? Does being ‘slow’ mean low efficiency, low effectiveness? No! If that were the case, slow would be impossible! Slow Time! Slow Living! It’s all about balance… time for silence, time for planning, time for observing,…


(CNN) — The Industrial Revolution gave us many good things, among them the ability to create large, great cities and feeding enough people to populate them. But in its aftermath our culture has developed a core focus based on the consumer and not the person as the individual. As a consequence we have adopted a corporate mind-set which is long…


What happens if we only measure productivity using chronological time (linear time)? Do we always then become busy? Busy doing what? Here is an ancient SlowStory explaining the challenge of “busy doing what”: “There was a farmer that was in need for hiring a lumberjack. Finally he was able to hire a lumberjack. The first day at work the lumberjack…


Ask any major sportsman, Formula 1 driver, downhill skier or speed skater. If you want to be good at what you are doing, be able to perform the tasks fast, you would need to know how it is performed in “SlowMotion”. For businessmen it is also important to benefit from slowness in the way that if you do not take…


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