How the Modern Simplicity Movement Thrives with Dan Hayes – SASM 125
You're about to Learn ...
- Which of Dan’s five life pillars underpins the rest.
- How to be a strong believer without an organized belief system.
- Why a walk can be better for your head than your body.
- How the origins of our modern simplicity movement started with the Industrial Revolution.
- How Dan and his wife lived in 40 square feet for seven months.
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Timestamps and Topics
- [04:54] The transition from podcasting to other things
- [12:52] The tradeoffs in moving from the big city to a small town
- [18:02] How Dan’s five life pillars have guided him
- [25:22] Habits and food that power Dan’s day-to-day
- [29:12] The origins of the Roycroft movement
- [42:57] How the spirit of Roycroft is alive and well today
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