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Today’s show is a replay of a conversation I had with Anil Dash. Anil is the person who coined the term ‘JOMO’, and hearing him explain what JOMO means to him in this episode makes me beam at the impact the JOMO movement has. Anil is the Founder of Glitch, an app that helps developers code. We spoke about the origin of how the word ‘JOMO’ came to b…
 
Today’s show is a replay of a conversation I had with Aaron Reynolds back in 2019. Our interview took place in my home office, which really felt like a meeting of friends. Aaron is a humourist, professional speaker, and the man behind the @EffinBirds and @swear_trek Twitter accounts. When he's not on Twitter, you can find him producing a series of …
 
Todays show is a replay of a conversation I had with Cristian Villamarin and Alanna Harvey. They are the creative minds behind Flipd, the app that demonstrates how digital well-being and productivity are naturally compatible. We talk about effective tech habits, tech addiction, as well as how JOMO can be about changing your relationship with tech t…
 
This week I replay a conversation I had back in season one of the JOMOcast with Salimah Yvette Ebrahim. Salimah is the co-founder of Artery.is, which matches performers with hosts of spaces to create unique neighbourhood experiences. She has been profiled by CBC Television as one of 25 Canadians who are changing the world, and declared by Chatelain…
 
Today, we welcome Sunday Times Bestselling author and Ctrl Alt Delete podcast host Emma Gannon, creativity personified. We’re talking about how she strikes a balance online and off as a multi-hyphen entrepreneur and go deep on her brand new book, “Disconnected: How to Stay Human in an Online World.” Get more JOMO at jomocast.com and Bonus content a…
 
This week is an episode from a podcast I love called Freedom Matters. It's a conversation between host Georgie Powell and her guest, Guardian columnist Oliver Burkeman, author of the best-selling “Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Humans.” Oliver talks about making the most of our radically finite lives in a world of impossible demands, rele…
 
Fred Stutzman is the founder of the Freedom app, a suite of tools to help people limit and block distracting content and activities on their devices with the goal of gaining- and regaining- creative and productive focus. If you’re a full-time creative professional or have #creative goals, this is the episode for you. Join the #JOMO movement by gett…
 
Many of us are entering 2022 optimistic but wary. I have felt this weariness in my bones. But you know the good thing about weariness? We must lay down our load and ask for help. We must surrender. And on the other side, we can find a fresh kind of freedom. I can’t think of a better guest to kick off the new year than poet Maggie Smith, author of t…
 
Over the course of over a decade, with improv comedy and other techniques, Mary Lemmer retrained herself to find the fun, humour, and joy in life, which has helped her reduce anxiety and improve her health and overall life. Will you say “yes, and” (it’s an improv thing) to the Joy of Missing Out on Taking Things Too Seriously? Get your FREE JOMO Gu…
 
Intuitive entrepreneur Jacquie Fisch joins Christina to talk about the joys of living an unfussy life. Listen in. Get your FREE JOMO™ Guide and more at jomocast.com. Learn more about Unfussy by Jacquie Fisch at jacquelinefisch.com. Music by Thomas J. Indge See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Leidy Klotz joins me today to talk about the power of subtraction in a culture of more. In his new book SUBTRACT: The Untapped Science of Less, Klotz shows how we systematically overlook the simple act of removing things when trying to improve elements of life, work, and the world. Listen in. Get your FREE JOMO Guide and more at jomocast.com. Learn…
 
Sarah Selecky is a force of nature. She is the author of the novel Radiant Shimmering Light and the short story collection This Cake Is for the Party, which was a finalist for the Giller Prize, shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize, and longlisted for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. She earned her MFA from the University o…
 
“With the people I choose to follow online, I don’t feel a lack. I feel inspired.” Kerry Clare doesn’t have the experience so many people have on social media: scrolling, comparing, and feeling inadequate. One huge reason is that she doesn’t use these platforms passively. Active engagement is the key to joy. Get your FREE JOMO™ Guide and more at jo…
 
We all dream about it: a life free of scrolling, tweeting, liking, faving, streaming, replying, apologizing for not replying, and other assaults on our poor, saturated brains. But what would an analog world actually look like? Award-winning writer, Chris Colin, paints a picture in his bedtime fantasy book for adults titled OFF: The Day the Internet…
 
Season 3 coming soon! jomocast.com NEW BOOK! Pre-order Good Burdens christinacrook.com/goodburdens Christina Crook Twitter: https://twitter.com/cmcrook Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thechristinacrook Learn The JOMO Method™ Read The Joy of Missing Out See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
“The individual user is not the one who should solve the problem.” Erin Peace is a product and service designer for Method, with user experience being her particular passion. Technology is both a vital tool in her work, but also the subject matter of every project - how can humans have a more joyful, or at least a less uncomfortable, experience eng…
 
“I can never underestimate the creativity of people who want to take part of your life and monetize it.” Summary James Williams is the author of “Stand Out of Our Light: Freedom and Resistance in the Attention Economy,” and cofounder of the ‘Time Well Spent’ campaign, a project that aims to steer technology design toward having greater respect for …
 
Here in 2020, we’re all confronting the challenges of technology more intensely than ever. Digital capitalism is working very hard to use our psychology and social environment against us - to hijack our attention and redirect it towards whatever they’re pushing. And it’s been working. These challenges are so new, it hasn’t been clear what the best …
 
“It’s so important for folks to carve out time to be creative in their lives. I think it’s something that’s missing right now.” Jen Duffin’s nom commercial is the imagination-stirring Nova Mercury, derived from her youngest daughter of the same name whose birth precipitated the maternity leave during which Jen launched her entrepreneurial venture. …
 
“If you don’t prioritize your life, someone else will.” The author of the globally best-selling “Essentialism” and the upcoming “Effortless” joins the JOMO(cast) to proudly announce that JOMO and the philosophy of essentialism are natural companions. He’s spoken at multinational brands, top-tier universities, and organizations around the world to s…
 
"I always try and say to myself ‘Don't’ let your anxiety and your fears of rejection and people not liking your work stop you from doing something." Growing up as the first of four daughters — gender equality and leadership came naturally to British-import Ony Anukem. By day, she is the Advocacy Manager at the International Confederation of Midwive…
 
“The forces all around you are… pushing you to be a different way than you want to be. That’s a design problem.” Jay Vidyarthi was one of the creators of Muse, a headband utilizing biofeedback to guide and train meditation that introduced thousands of beginners to an accessible world of mindfulness practice. He’s also had a hand in the development …
 
Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. Nir previously taught as a Lecturer in Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Nir co-founded and sold two tech companies since 2003 and was dubbed by The M.I.T. Technology Revi…
 
Jillian Richardson created The Joy List when she moved to New York City to connect herself to the events and gatherings around the city that would give her the best chance to forge meaningful human connections and “find her people.” Since then, she’s made it her business to create “facilitated human connection”- intentional gatherings carefully cur…
 
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