Carl Honoré is an international bestselling author, journalist, TED speaker and one of the Slow movement’s best-known ambassadors, even being called the “father” of the movement. He has centered his work around a revelation: in a speed-addicted world, slowing down is a superpower, which is improving our life quality, increasing our satisfaction and giving us more meaning. The idea has been embodied in a series of highly successful conferences and books, with writings such as “In Praise of Slow. Challenges in the Age of Speed”, “Bolder. How to enjoy a longer life” being translated into more than 34 languages.
Through his activity, he draws attention to the negative effects of speeding up the way we live and also proposes easy-to-implement solutions for slowing down and making it easier to relax. Carl Honoré has a wide range of expertise and his work has applicability to all areas of our lives.