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kang👎 on Twitter: "this story confirms my belief that anything that is aggressively marketed to me on Instagram is a) run by dead-eyed ambition monsters b) only a play to do some private equity/VC money two-step that leaves everyone else screwed c) gar
this story confirms my belief that anything that is aggressively marketed to me on Instagram is

a) run by dead-eyed ambition monsters
b) only a play to do some private equity/VC money two-step that leaves everyone else screwed
c) garbage
awayluggage  burnout  management  techculture 
12 weeks ago by dirtystylus
Being Busy All The Time Is Not A Necessity. – Star Power
It took me a long time to realize that being busy all the time isn’t a requirement for whatever you consider success. If being busy all the time helps you feel successful, then more power to you! If it’s a state that energizes you and makes you feel productive, then by all means work as long and constantly as you can! But having free time isn’t a measure of your laziness, and lack of insane ambition doesn’t mean you love what you do any less. It can mean you’ve found your groove, and your balance. It can mean that you’ve achieved a level of busy you can handle, and feeling pressured to work past that boundary can lead to burnout or resentment for the thing you used to love.
burnout  mentalhealth  productivity  work  workculture 
october 2019 by dirtystylus
What Happens When Teams Fight Burnout Together
A significant number of participants committed to specific bedtimes to ensure they got at least seven hours of sleep. To meet this goal, several of them began shutting down their electronic devices at least a half hour before bed.
teambuilding  management  burnout 
october 2019 by dirtystylus
Ask Polly: ‘I Will Never Be Who I Want to Be’
Your religion does not understand that mere survival can be wildly taxing.
mentalhealth  workculture  burnout  worklifebalance  women 
january 2019 by dirtystylus

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