Why Doing Nothing Improves Productivity and Well Being

Looking for an article to clandestinely send to all law department printers? This may just be the one…..but that would mean doing something, wouldn’t it?

“Conventional wisdom in our culture promotes the belief and practice of working longer hours will improve productivity. Today’s hectic and over-stimulated world can cause us to be hurried, busy, multi-taskers, and workaholics, in an attempt to increase productivity and life satisfaction. Yet, there’s compelling evidence that slowing down and actually “doing nothing” can actually improve productivity and increase happiness. The Case Against “Working More Equals Productivity””

Read: Why Doing Nothing Improves Productivity and Well Being | Psychology Today

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