As we begin a Monday slog, let's contemplate a new book by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang - "Why You Get More Done When You Work Less". This is from a book review in the latest Time magazine. The theory is that maximum productivity requires four hours a day of focused work. To get the most out of the rest of the day one should walk, nap, read, and contemplate life.
Sounds good to me. When I really think about my work day - indeed, the quality of my work is best in the morning from eight to noon. After lunch - nah, I'm watching the clock and hammering through tasks. I'm working for the pay check - this is not enrichment.
What about you?
At least this is a short week - countdown to Thanksgiving, for which I am grateful!!!