Today’s Solutions: August 11, 2022

If you thinking working long hours will help you get more done, think again. Being perpetually busy only leads you to job-induced stress and can eventually lead to burnout, which isn’t exactly good for your health nor your productivity. In fact, a growing body of research shows that the counterintuitive key to greater productivity could actually be working fewer hours. And if research doesn’t convince you, consider this: Some of history’s greatest like Charles Darwin, Edna O’Brien and Charles Dickens all worked just four to five hours a day. See here how cutting your work hours can benefit you.

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