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The 2 Hour Work Day

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  1. Charles says:

    nice. I havent had a heart attack yet, but if/when I do, I look forward to a 2 hour week. have I missed the point?

  2. Aaron says:

    One thing that bothers me about working in an office is the amount of time I spend not doing work. It seems like I have to be there out of some kind of formality. However, my productiveness is interfered with because there are other little things that are unimportant, yet seem to get in the way.

  3. Evan says:

    Thinking of fitting all my work into two hours per day is an interesting exercise. It really does make you think about the time you waste and the time you could save by delegating.

  4. Steve says:

    Work for work’s sake is really an annoying part of corporate culture. You would think that they would recognize that, but they do not. I agree with you. There are many hours that could be trimmed from my daily workday, but I can’t see that happening in the environment I am currently in.

  5. Harrison says:

    Good way to get yourself to prioritize. Even if it is only a hypothetical 2 hour work day, it makes you think of ways to streamline your process.

  6. Jack says:

    I would have to cut a lot of my day to day tasks out in order to work just two hours a day. I probably could delegate some of them to someone else. I probably don’t have to personally do some of the things that take up a big chunk of my time.

  7. Raphael says:

    Good input = Great output!

    This should be the winning formula of everyone stuck in the rat race! True doing things effectively and efficiently should be the way to go, after all both of their definitions are doing the right things and doing things right. But why do we get these workaholic business owners who work pointlessly? then they get a divorce and ask themselves “where did I go wrong?” Think about it.

  8. Arnold says:

    People should really learn to love their job! (work for works sake) is a negative perception of work and should therefore be extinguished from the mind. If you would ask Donald trump, Warren buffet, they would actually tell you that they love what they and and they do it because they love it, not (work for works sake) .

  9. Kelvin says:

    to be effective and not efficient I find this very hard to do, Still it does make sense. Its just really tough, do you think those six sigma courses can help?

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