At the beginning of this month I attended the first ever World (Un)Productivity Summit at Gladstone’s Library in North Wales.
In attendance were:
- Michael Nobbs (Wales)
- Mary Gordon (Scotland)
- Lourenço de Azevedo (Portugal)
- Fabian Kruse (Germany)
- Milo McLaughlin (Scotland)
The summit consisted of a gentle curriculum of talks, walks, chi kung, meditation, crocheting, research and writing in the beautiful library, accompanied by plenty of good food, wine and quality rum.
Lourenco described it as:
“Three days of deep reflection on how productivity and unproductivity are two sides of the same coin – like Yin and Yang.”
and according to Mary:
“We had a delightfully light programme. Presentations in the morning followed by general lolling about in the afternoon.”
There are also photos taken by attendees below.
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Note: Michael Nobbs will also be appearing at Gladfest in September 2015.