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Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving (udgave 2020)

af Celeste Headlee (Forfatter)

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"We work feverishly to make ourselves happy. So why are we so miserable? Despite our constant search for new ways to "hack" our bodies and minds for peak performance, human beings are working more instead of less, living harder not smarter, and becoming more lonely and anxious. This manifesto helps us break free of our unhealthy devotion to efficiency and shows us how to reclaim our time and humanity with a little more leisure"--… (mere)
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Titel:Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving
Forfattere:Celeste Headlee (Forfatter)
Info:Harmony (2020), 288 pages
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  joyblue | Jun 30, 2021 |
I wish everyone where I work would read this book. Our culture of "always being on" isn't helpful to our creativity or our mission. People should learn to have lives outside of their job. That is what this book tackles: the need to cultivate a life and identity that is separate from your job. Headlee's prose is engaging, well supported by research, and thought provoking. ( )
  johnxlibris | May 8, 2021 |
Very thought provoking read about working too much and what that’s doing to us. It’s unfortunate that I figured out most of it through burnout at my job, but at least now I have researched reasons. I’m going to continue to refer back to it. ( )
  spinsterrevival | Sep 19, 2020 |
My best takeaway from this book is time perception - being aware of what you're doing and for how long. Personally, I've been under the impression that I'm overworking, but on an average, I've only put on about 50 hrs per week. This alone helped me not be tired on a Monday morning.

The author talks about women and multitasking and how perception is far from reality. Rapidly switching between tasks is our form of multitasking. Though women have an edge in switching quickly between tasks, it hurts them equally when things go south during "multitasking".

Knowing about Dunbar number and research-based evidence that our close friends are shrinking was very surprising. I did take pride in having a high number of LinkedIn followers, guess that's going to change for me.

"Buying time promotes happiness" - this was something that I was aware of and felt reinforced.

There's a guide-list provided towards the end of the chapter that might help readers. ( )
  nmarun | Aug 24, 2020 |
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