The Financial Times recently launched a new series on "Rebooting the Workplace," which consists of essays by various invited experts on different aspects of the future of work
SHORTER: WORK BETTER, SMART and LESS-- HERE'S HOW is now out in the United States. Get your copy now! It's always exciting to have a book out, in
I have an article in the March issue of British Airways Business Life about how companies use design thinking to redesign their working hours and move to 4-day
Happier Now author Nataly Kogan tweets about writing as a tool for thinking: So much this. It was the biggest lesson I learned when writing my first book.
This sign sums up my sabbatical I’m quoted in an article about “Do-It-Yourself Sabbaticals” in today’s New York Times. It’s a good piece, if I do say so
This afternoon I sent back the final edits to SHORTER (US | UK). At this point, the book has been copyedited and styled, my editor has had her
This site is built atop a blog I started in 2002. Those 5000+ posts have moved through Blogger, Movable Type, Typepad, and a couple different iterations of WordPress.
This little factoid in the New York Times profile of Jamie Oliver stood out for me: Books, however, remain the engine of the Oliver machine: He has sold
A typical early morning writing. Davis gets up on the couch, insists on being petted, and eventually settles down and goes back to sleep. It's very nice, even
This weekend I printed out a draft of the next book. It's just under 50,000 words, out of about 70,000. I've still got plenty to write, but I'm