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Carl Honoré on the Slow Fix

Although Scott Cudmore will probably always be best remembered for his science-fiction,...

 

The Hazlitt crew catches up with the author of In Praise of Slow and The Slow Fix during his recent stop in Toronto. Honoré talks about the impact of the 2007-2008 financial crisis on the way we think about work, money, and what we want out of life.

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