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Timehacker - Guest Blog Post by Brigid Schulte

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Blog
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Timehacker - Guest Blog Post by Brigid Schulte
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The WorkLife HUB
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The WorkLife HUB

The Washington Post launched an initative called "Timehacker." Readers click on a link and write ONE goal they’d like to make time for, explain why it’s important, and then what’s getting in the way. Brigid Schulte, author of Overwhelmed and award-winning journalist at the Washington Post, met a number of great coaches and productivity experts in the course of her reporting, and lined up several who were willing to participate. They paid the reader and the coach, who worked together for 21 days. Then Brigid would write about what happened.

How to Build a Business That Fits Your Lifestyle

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News Article
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How to Build a Business That Fits Your Lifestyle
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Wall Street Journal
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Judi C Casey

"Instead of starting a company and shaping their life around it--working as long and as hard as the business demands--they start a company to fit the kind of life they want to lead. Working this way doesn't mean slacking off, or delegating everything away. Rather, these entrepreneurs come up with creative ways to tap technology and set boundaries to do justice both to the business and their personal needs."

These Are the New Rules of Work

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News Article
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These Are the New Rules of Work
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Fast Company
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Judi C Casey

Forget everything you've always known about work.  The rules have changed.

How Some Men Fake an 80-Hour Workweek, and Why It Matters

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News Article
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How Some Men Fake an 80-Hour Workweek, and Why It Matters
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New York Times
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Judi C Casey

"...Except for one dirty little secret: Some of the people ostensibly turning in those 80- or 90-hour workweeks, particularly men, may just be faking it."

Exhaustion is Not a Status Symbol

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News Article
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Exhaustion is Not a Status Symbol
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Washington Post
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Judi Casey

"You have a quote in your book, “One of the most universal numbing strategies is what I call ‘crazy-busy.’” Elaborate on this concept."

Better Leader, Richer Life - A "Coursera" Course Launching Today

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Announcement
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Better Leader, Richer Life - A "Coursera" Course Launching Today
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Penn's Open Learning Initiative
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Kay Dowgun

Wharton Professor Stew Friedman teaches this online course on "Better Leader, Richer Life," in Penn's Open Learning Initiative.   The course, which willl run from February 8 through April 23, 2015, was the second-highest rated MOOC offering at Penn last year and has been endorsed by Poets and Quants.

The Role of Fathers in Child Outcomes: Largely Ignored but Apparently Relevant

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Press Release
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The Role of Fathers in Child Outcomes: Largely Ignored but Apparently Relevant
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WZB-Mitteilungen 146, December 2014
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Collegio Carlo Alberto

Leisure is the New Productivity

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Op-ed (published opinion/editorial)
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Leisure is the New Productivity
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CNN Opinion
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Judi C Casey

Working Too Hard Makes Leading More Difficult

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Blog
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Working Too Hard Makes Leading More Difficult
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network
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Judi C Casey

While working long hours is often beneficial to early career advancement, as you rise to a position of leadership, maintaining this practice can damage your career prospects.

Why is Everyone So Busy?

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News Article
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Why is Everyone So Busy?
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The Economist
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Judi C Casey

Time poverty is a problem partly of perception and partly of distribution

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