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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Jason Fried: Why work doesn't happen at work



Bob Basil, one of the authors of this blog, recommends this video. It's interesting that successful academics already do what Jason Fried recommends. They schedule themselves 3 or 4 hour blocks of time, often away from the office, to get their writing down. They abhor meetings and distrust managers (administrators) who waste their time.

2 comments:

Thomas said...

I really like the analogies he establishes between sleeping and working.

Jonathan said...

I liked that too.