<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>Why the Productivity Culture Glamorising 100 Hour Work Weeks is Deranged</span><h3> Everyone is in a mad race to make more money than everyone else </h3>
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Why the Productivity Culture Glamorising 100 Hour Work Weeks is Deranged

Everyone is in a mad race to make more money than everyone else

You often hear the routines of highly successful people and their highly productive lives. Each second is planned meticulously. They wake up at 4 am, do an intense workout, work 14…

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Everyone is in a mad race to make more money than everyone else

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>Why ‘Living Your Best Life’ is Destroying Life For Everyone Else</span><h3> The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it </h3>
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Why ‘Living Your Best Life’ is Destroying Life For Everyone Else

The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it

I’m living my best life — it’s a phrase often used by social media influencers. The idea is that they have grabbed life by the scruff of the neck, and they are living…

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The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?</span><h3> We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life </h3>
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We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?

We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life

In 1930 the economist John Maynard Keynes wrote Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren. He argued that continued increases in productivity would allow us to make more with less effort. In other…

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We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life