From HBR: “The Case for the 6-Hour Workday”
The eight-hour workday harkens back to 19-century socialism. When there was no upper limit to the hours that organizations could demand of factory workers, American labor unions fought hard to […]
Website to increase perceptions of busyness – on a Zoom call?! What?!
I was browsing Reddit and came across this thread: reddit.com/r/InternetIsBeautiful/comments/rhnxl9/dont_look_busy_enough_on_zoom_calls_use_this/ Apparently there is a website to make background noises like calendar notifications, text messages, calls, etc. to make it seem […]
Busy-Bite: My interview
I was interviewed a while back for the Best Places to Work in Chattanooga edition of Edge magazine. I just wanted to share the article here. It was a great […]
Busy-Bite: The Busyness Trap
The Wall Street Journal just posted this gem: www.wsj.com/articles/escaping-the-efficiency-trapand-finding-some-peace-of-mind-11628262751 The choice you can make is to stop believing you’ll ever solve the challenge of busyness by cramming more in, because […]
Is Busyness Old News?
Paul and I were holding our weekly meeting regarding the business side of The Busyness Paradox. Believe it or not, we are not just winging this whole thing, unless that’s […]
Podcast: Introduction to the Busyness Paradox Podcast
This episode introduces you to what The Busyness Paradox podcast is all about. We focus on business topics, especially relating to people in the workplace. We converse about current events […]