The 4% Fix Episode 1

Episode 1 October 25, 2021 00:47:59
The 4% Fix Episode 1
Book Interrupted
The 4% Fix Episode 1
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Show Notes

The Book Interrupted women, and their fan Lindsay, begin their first conversation on their Series 8 and second fan book choice: “The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life” by Karma Brown. Each member expresses individually how they feel either before reading or beginning to read “The 4% Fix”, then they continue the discussion into a group chat. Through the topics of time management, oxygen masks, sleep cycles and what’s worth getting out of bed for, they talk about their lives, inspired by the words of Karma Brown.

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Mentioned on this episode of Book Interrupted:

Book Interrupted Website 

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Book Interrupted Facebook Book Club Group

The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life by Karma Brown

Home Under Clutter - Fan Lindsay’s blog

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

By The Book Podcast

University of Alberta Indigenous Canada

MasterClass

The Talk

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