Author(s): Steve Glaveski
For business professionals and creatives (writers, composers, artists) who work long hours but have littleto show for it come the end of the day, this book provides them with not only greater awareness of howthey're currently self-sabotaging their goals, but also actionable tools and techniques to get focused, achieve more in less time, and spend more time living.Since the 40-hour work week was ratified in 1938, so much has changed: the internet fundamentally changed the way we live, work, and play, and the nature of work itself has transitioned from algorithmic tasks to heuristic ones that require critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. Technology was supposed to make us more productive but it is actually compromising our ability to do great work. This is why executives are finding themselves working long hours with little to show for it come the end of the day. When it comes to heuristic tasks, what matters is managing attention, not time. For business professionals who work long hours but have little to show for it come the end of the day, this book provides them with actionable tools and techniques to get focused, achieve more in less time, and spend more time living.
This book will help readers to allay the aforementioned stressors. It will help readers to createmore value in less time, derive more fulfilment from the time they do spend in the office befocusing on high value work, and invest the time they've liberated into their health, personalrelationships and living life.