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New Event: Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week // sponsored by AskSunday.com

From: user 4.
Sent on: Saturday, January 19, 2008 7:49 PM
Announcing a new event for Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week!





What: Lifestyle Design - Living the Four Hour Work Week // sponsored by AskSunday.com

When: Saturday, February 2, 12:00 PM

Where: Starbucks 2nd floor, at the corner of 39th Street and 8th Avenue, Manhattan. Please RSVP.

Who should come: Those who've read, or are reading, The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss. You should be applying these principles now, or helping others apply these principles now. We'll be using concepts from the book during discussion.

Why: We're committed to helping each other design a lifestyle that we want to live (rather than one we feel we have to live).

Sunday (www.asksunday.com) is generously sponsoring refreshments for the event.





Event Description:

Homework assignment by 2/2/08:
--A repeat from last time -- to read, or start reading, the "Four Hour Work Week" and determine a single muse for yourself you'd like to discuss (*even if it's not your final muse).
--Research future venues, considering price, location, consistency of availability
--Future homework assignments will include a single actionable step chosen by each of us to progress our dreamlines.

Comfort challenge by 2/2/08:
--Get five people to give up their seats for us in the subway. I'll throw in a couple of guidelines:
1) They have to be older than us (can't be too easy)
2) They can't be sick or disabled (we're not that cruel)

FHWW concept for discussion 2/2/08:
--"Defining our fear and worst case scenarios"

NOTE: Spending time on the above is never a requirement for attending -- they are for ourselves. Regardless, spending time on the above is a signal to ourselves how strong our intent to live the FHWW is.





The event outline (enforced by audible timer so everyone can contribute):

0) Arrive - between 11:45am and 12:00pm

1) Free conversation - 12:00pm to 12:15pm
-- general conversation, refreshments, etc.
-- refreshments courtesy of Sunday (www.asksunday.com)

2) Discussion - 12:15pm to 1:30pm
-- discuss our dreamlines/muse/lifestyle with others
-- determine actionable step to complete before next meeting
-- time allocated for each member

3) Break -- 1:30pm to 1:45pm
-- general conversation, refreshments, etc.
-- refreshments courtesy of Sunday (www.asksunday.com)

4) Discussion -- 1:45pm to 2:45pm
-- discuss the chosen concept from the book
-- time allocated for each member

5) Wrap Up -- 2:45 to 3:00pm
-- establish homework assignment, comfort challenge, and chosen concept for next event
-- confirm venue/timing/logistics
-- provide feedback for future sessions

6) Personal networking -- 3:00pm onwards
-- up to you :)





The feedback many of you have provided has been very helpful in honing our event outline.

Till Febuary 2nd!

Ranjeeth
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