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Building your home studio: How to connect, sound, and look better— without spending a fortune

This week I spoke with my friend Christine Armstrong about how to improve your Zoom game, and how even simple changes can greatly improve your look and experience

By |2020-11-30T08:27:27-08:00July 1st, 2020|Advice, Media, SHORTER, Technology, Top post|Comments Off on Building your home studio: How to connect, sound, and look better— without spending a fortune

Why the “coronavirus is ‘accelerating’… a major shift toward the shorter workweek”

Miriam Berger at The Washington Post asks, "Will the coronavirus pandemic open the door to a four-day workweek?" One interesting point was made by Henley Business School professor

By |2021-07-26T10:38:00-07:00May 25th, 2020|4-day workweek, Business and work, Current Affairs, SHORTER, Top post|Comments Off on Why the “coronavirus is ‘accelerating’… a major shift toward the shorter workweek”

Huffington Post: With shorter hours, you “reduce the risk of people infecting each other” at work

I'm quoted in the Huffington Post about the shorter workweek and its benefits for post-COVID businesses: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising employers to keep

By |2021-07-26T10:38:00-07:00May 12th, 2020|4-day workweek, Business and work, Media, Top post|1 Comment

The Atlantic: Making the case for reopening with a 4-day week

In today's Atlantic I have an essay arguing for reopening businesses on a 4-day week. The argument has two parts. First, offices have proved to be a significant

My piece in the Guardian: “It’s time to end 9-5 office hours”

The Guardian (which has been really diligent about beating the drum for the 4-day week) ran an excerpt from SHORTER. They've written about my work in the past, so

My piece in the Wall Street Journal: “employees benefit when companies shorten working hours. But it turns out that companies can benefit, too”

My piece explaining why "Shorter Hours Make Stronger Businesses" is out in the Wall Street Journal. This is one of those short pieces that we ended up spending

“Pang’s argument… is that deep, targeted rest, and more of it, improves the quality of our thinking, our work and our lives“

I flew into O’Hare International Airport this afternoon, and when I switched on my phone, I found that Jenni Russell had published a new column in the Times

By |2020-11-30T08:30:24-08:00September 12th, 2019|Media, REST, Top post|Comments Off on “Pang’s argument… is that deep, targeted rest, and more of it, improves the quality of our thinking, our work and our lives“
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