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Beware of Toxic Productivity


Friday, February 19th, 2021

It may seem like a modern concept — but we’ve been striving for productivity for centuries. For example, one of the earliest mentions of productivity can be found in the classic economics text Wealth of Nations, written by Adam Smith in 1776. What’s more, Benjamin Franklin came up with the first to-do-list in 1791. Even the […]

Work Shouldn’t Always Be Your First Priority

John Hall


Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

If it were any other year, it probably wouldn’t have happened. But, 2020 was an exceptionally remarkable year. As such, I decided to reach out to a long-lost friend. I never wished any ill-will upon this person. I concluded several years ago that it was best to distance myself from him. On my part, I […]

Can You Actually Get More in Less Time? Yes. You Can.



Thursday, December 17th, 2020

We have a tendency to believe that we must be productive every waking moment of the day. I’m sure you’ve found yourself immediately responding to emails as soon as you turn your alarm off in the morning. After that, you’re getting ready for the day, put in ten hours at work, cook dinner, and then […]

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