Why Busy = Bullshit | Episode 8

Why Busy = Bullshit | Episode 8

               

Are You Jack Of Busy? Happiness Hacker and Human First host Penny Locaso shares a hack that has fundamentally shifted her life and the way that she looks at what she’s doing with her time. How removing the word ‘busy’ from her vocabulary has created the space to be more human.

This Week, Happiness Hacker and Human First host Penny Locaso challenges you:
  • What would you do with your time if you weren’t so busy?
  • Create a space for stillness or boredom
  • Remove the word busy from your vocabulary
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