Special Teleconference

Carl Honoré
Author of 
"In Praise of Slowness"



Hosted By Lauren Lee,
Women’sU President

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Are you always in a hurry?

Does life feel like a never-ending race against the clock?

Then maybe it's time ... for SLOW.

SLOW is when...

... You hear your Soul's whisper

... You drink in the richness and beauty of the moment

... Your creativity and inspiration show up

... You savor each delectable bite of your dinner

... You embrace sex as the perfect spiritual union with your partner

... You raise an unhurried child who is well rounded, interested and imaginative

Are you ready for SLOW?  Think Slowness means being less productive?
Think again.

I am excited and honored to bring you this special event: a no-cost teleconference with Carl Honoré, the author of the thought-provoking book,

         In Praise of Slowness
         How a worldwide movement is challenging the cult of speed

Please join me for this enlightening, inspiring teleconference on
and rethink your relationship with time.

 
 

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About Carl Honoré

I was born in Scotland but grew up in Canada. My hometown is Edmonton, Alberta, whose chief claim to fame is, er, having the largest shopping mall in the world.

After studying history and Italian at Edinburgh University, I worked with street children in Brazil. This inspired me to take up journalism. Since 1991, I have written from all over Europe and South America, spending three years in Buenos Aires along the way. My work has appeared in publications on both sides of the Atlantic, including the Economist, Observer, National Post, Globe and Mail, Houston Chronicle and Miami Herald.

I now live in London with my wife and our two children. Our neighborhood is such a magnet for young families that is has earned the sobriquet "Nappy Valley." On Saturday morning, it's pram gridlock in the market.

Carl's Website: http://www.InPraiseofSlowness.com


More about SLOW:

These days, many of us live in fast forward – and pay a heavy price for it. Our work, health and relationships suffer. Over-stimulated, over-scheduled and overwrought, we struggle to relax, to enjoy things properly, to spend time with family and friends.

Tapping into your own natural rhythm is a topic near and dear to me. I've written a number of articles about it. And I coach my clients on operating at their own pace and letting go of driven, unconscious behavior.

To illustrate the benefits of deceleration, the book “In Praise of Slowness” travels from a Tantric sex workshop in London to a meditation room for executives in Tokyo, from a Chi Kung squash class in Edinburgh to a SuperSlow exercise studio in New York City, from a TV-free household in Toronto to Italy, the home of Slow Food, Slow Cities and Slow Sex movements. Wherever you go, whatever you do, the message is the same: slower is often better.

Do You Remember SLOW?

... SLOW was having a picnic with your boyfriend or girlfriend and spending the afternoon hanging out, talking and watching clouds

... SLOW was spending the whole day at the beach with friends

... SLOW was a five-course meal that lasted for hours

... SLOW was no weekend schedule and to do list

... SLOW was sleeping in as late as you wanted

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