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The JOMOcast is for founders and creatives seeking joy
in a digital age, with Christina Crook.

 
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( ABOUT )

How we live with technology matters. It matters to our work, our relationships, our creativity, and our communities. In fact, the New York Times has reported that “How we live with technology is the cultural issue of the next half century.”

JOMO is gaining momentum as a conscious choice to disconnect and experience life offline in order to cultivate lasting relationships, sustainable professional habits and meaningful experiences that bring us joy. At it’s core, it’s about missing out on the right things — things like grind, fear and toxic comparison — to make space for more joy, connection, creativity and play.

Life isn't straight forward and there's no one-size-fits-all solution to finding balance in a wired world. Join us for the JOMOcast to learn how leading founders and creatives are embracing the joy of missing out to cultivate the practices they need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Host Christina Crook is the award-winning author of The Joy of Missing Out: Finding Balance in a Wired World which has made her a leading voice on human flourishing in a digital age. You can learn more about her here.

( EPISODES )

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THE JOY OF MISSING OUT ON LONELINESS
with Salimah Yvette Ebrahim // Co-founder @ Artery

“You know what happens when we have no agenda? Magic.” A conversation with Artery.is co-founder Salimah Ebrahim about building trusting communities one living room at a time. Ebrahim has been profiled by CBC Television as one of 25 Canadians who are changing the world and declared by Chatelaine magazine one of 80 amazing Canadian women to watch. Artery.is

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THE JOY OF UNPLUGGING (TO GET THE JOB DONE)
with Jonathan Fields // Founder @ Good Life Project

“I have all the data and no willpower.” A conversation with Good Life Project founder Jonathan Fields about how chocolate (Black and Gold chocolate, to be exact) and disconnection help him get the job done. Jonathan is the author of numerous books including, How to Live a Good Life, out from Hay House. Good Life Project

 
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THE JOY OF MOVEMENT  
with Dr. Jodie Richardson

“Our brains work better in movement.” A conversation with Dr. Jodie Richardson, clinical psychologist, member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec and founder and Director of the Connecte Clinic in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Richardson is an expert in mind-body connection, health psychology, and human motivation. She’s also a wicked fast runner.  Connecte Psychology

 

This project is supported in part by the Digital Rights Community Grant Program, a partnership between Digital Justice Lab, Tech Reset Canada and Centre for Digital Rights.