Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less

Rest

Authors: Alex Soojung-Kim Pang,

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In today’s fast-changing world, people are expected to work, work and work. Rest is often looked at as a reward for the work done. Silicon Valley consultant, Alex Pang argues that this approach is wrong and proper, timely rest is essential for productivity and creativity. Discover what the likes of Darwin, Churchill, and Gates think of rest and how it contributed to their groundbreaking contributions.

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