This is an episode I have been waiting to record for a long time and it turned out to be an even better conversation than I could have hoped! I sit down with Deborah and Willow to discuss the transformative power of paying attention.
In this episode, we chat about…
- What Today I Noticed (TIN) is, and how it helps you be more mindful and creative in your daily life.
- How these two friends came up with the concept of Today I Noticed, and how they began their journey to bring it to life.
- The Attention Economy and how social media, in particular, is the epitome of this, and how TIN aims to serve as an antidote to this.
- What our growing lack of ability to pay attention means for the future of us as a society, and what we can do about it.
- Why is creativity and fun play such a big role in this?
- Why paying attention to the small things in life truly is transformational, to you as an individual and to society as a whole.
- Deborah and Willow share their tips on how you can start being more mindful and pay more attention to the little things in life.
It was a wonderfully rich and inspiring conversation, so I hope you enjoy it!
Learn more about Today I Noticed: https://todayinoticed.com/
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ABOUT DEBORAH HUBER AND WILLOW OLDER
Deborah Huber and Willow Older are the founders of Today Noticed, a creative mindfulness practice based on the transformative power of paying attention.
Deborah is a digital product designer and has worked most of her career in the high-tech industry in various creative and management roles.
Willow is an internationally published writer and professional content marketer who runs her own editorial services business.
They both live in Marin County, California.
Cassie is an ex-social media strategist turned certified digital wellbeing consultant, coach and speaker. She’s on a mission to help individuals and organizations navigate the digital landscape, improve your overall wellbeing, and equip you with the tools necessary to thrive in a tech-driven future.