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Released Sunday, 16th April 2017
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Episode 9 - Why you should take time out for yourself, before you crash.

Ok, it's a little dramatic, but in reality how long should you go supporting and helping others - before you decide to spend time on yourself? Beginning with a quest set by our conversation in Ep8 with Mel Elliott to find out why we should focus on setting time aside for ourselves, in this episode we end up crashing planes, meditating and bringing it all together in a good life.

Some of the stuff in there is:

Why we should plan in some time to ourselves
What could motivate us to plan in some downtime
Why you should attach your oxygen mask first - Telegraph article
Considering building up your resources, before you give to others
Jonathan Fields and - The Good Life Project
Planning to fill the part of our lives described by Jonathan as the "vitality bucket"
The power of music, and learning an instrument
Psychology Today - The 10 Ways Musical Training Boosts Brain Power
Planning to relax
What Katy Perry, Steve Jobs and Oprah Winfrey have in common
Meditating - It's not woo woo
Dan Harris - The 10% Happier Podcast
The One You Feed Podcast - EP147
Washington Post article on the science of meditation

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