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Own It! 273 | Who Can You Trust?
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Since all the sources of information are confusing and conflicting and nobody agrees on anything and everyone has an opinion, who can we trust...
In The Show
Nicola is organising virtual poker nights on Wednesdays with friend Pete, and this week sees daughter Phoebe’s 25th birthday. Judith’s lost her two neighbours and is now back in lockdown on her own, just in time for her 65th birthday. #Birthdays #Screenwriting #PokerStars #Bitcoin #Lockdown #Trust
What's Fuelled Their Fire?
Judith observes that she and her clients are now starting to struggle emotionally with lockdown, especially since the sunshine has disappeared in England. Nicola’s excited about Bitcoin’s imminent “The Halving.”
Focus Of The Week - Reinventing Yourself
Since all the sources of information are confusing and conflicting and nobody agrees on anything and everyone has an opinion, who can we trust – about the pandemic, about everything, going forward? And what about censorship on social media platforms?
Words Of The Week
Judith chooses Excoriate and Nicola goes with Freedom.
Nicola’s got her first paying client in the MoneyGenius.Club. And she’s chunking down content for a younger audience.
Who Or What's Impressed
Nicola appreciates the newly promoted Colonel Tom Williams, breakfast TV star, who enjoyed an RAF flyby to celebrate his 100th birthday. She also likes Red Riding on Channel 4 and Judith’s had a great telly week too with Normal People on BBC iPlayer and When They See Us on Netflix
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