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Try A Four Day Work Week

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Try A Four Day Work Week
Try A Four Day Work Week

It’s nothing new, but how would your life change if you took an extra day off work every week? If you were in a position to do so, why wouldn’t you?

And then it hit me: there will always be more to do. Working more won’t change that. In fact, working more is actually counter-productive. I was starting work everyday at 5:30 AM and working till 10:00 PM, but I still wasn’t done with everything. If I was working those extreme hours and still couldn’t keep up with my to-dos, then clearly working more wasn’t the solution.

Could you get the same ammount of work done each week if you managed yourself the right way? Could you just sacrifice some work for more free time?

The Four-Day Week Challenge – [AListApart]

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