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New Event: Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week

From: user 4.
Sent on: Sunday, December 30, 2007 7:43 PM
Announcing a new event for Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week!

What: Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week

When: Saturday, January 19, 12:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Who should come: Anyone interested in living the four hour work week, regardless of where you are in the process, in invited to attend. Additionally, if you are interested in supporting others develop a four hour work week, you are also invited.

Why: We're committed to helping each other design a lifestyle that allows us to dedicate our time and energy towards what we are moved to do rather than what we feel we ought to do.

Event Description:
I'm proposing noon to 3pm -- the earlier we start, the less crowded it is. I'll confirm via email 3 days before.

The homework assignment for 1/19/08: to read, re-read, listen, or re-listen to the "Four Hour Work Week" and determine a single business/muse plan for yourself you'd like to discuss during our meetings. Future homework assignments will include comfort challenges.

The basic outline for our meetups (open to modification):

1) Free discussion

2) For each member, a short (re) introduction
(we spent a couple of minutes introducing our current dreamlines, lifestyle

3) For each member, developing our muse and lifestyle
(we spend time focusing on each member individually, discussing what we've done so far and getting feedback on moving forward)

4) Establish homework and comfort challenges for following meeting. NOTE: completing homework is NEVER a requirement to attend.

5) Free discussion

Till the next meetup everyone...and Happy New Year to us all! :)

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