Be More Productive. Shorten the Workweek. - NYTimes

When there’s less time to work, you waste less time. When you have a compressed workweek, you tend to focus on what’s important. Constraining time encourages quality time.

Here is the Jason Fried NY Times opinion piece I mentioned in an earlier update.

I love how progressive 37signals is as a company:

  • Four day work weeks (32 hours) between May and October
  • Fully covered CSA (community supported agriculture) shares
  • One month to work on what ever you want (only essential work during the month, then a pitch day at the end of the month to show off work)

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via Shawn Blanc

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